Graph plotting in Matlab is rich with features that allow the user to create fantastic, beautiful plots. The downside to all of this is that when the user wants to create something simple, they must first return to the Matlab manuals.
I don’t care for any of this. I want to create simple 2D and 3D plots and I don’t really care about the current shape of the vector used in my plotting. I want a function which can accept multiple vectors filled with data and it figures out how the data should be plotted.
If I want a plot for a research paper, I’ll return to the manual to figure out something. For now, just throw the data on the screen as quick as Matlab can.
This function allows you to string together multiple vectors containing either 2D or 3D (or a combination of the two), with vectors in row-order or column-order (again, I don’t care), and throws it on the screen.
This supports up to 5 colors. More can be plotted, but once you’ve used your five colors, it loops back to the beginning.