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Matlab Basic Plotting Help

PeNciLuZeRPeNciLuZeR Posts: 1Member
Hi guys,

I am a complete novice at using MATLAB and have a problem with comparing two graphs I have. Currently I have two superimposed graphs but one graph is 0.05 sec out of phase. I was wondering if it was possible to move the one of the plots back 0.05 seconds, so that both plots are identical.

I have tried modifying the xdata by subtracting 0.05 from each of the x-values but this is a tedious process. Any help would be appreciated.





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