# matlab plotting multiple lines on one graph

To plot multiple lines on one graph in MATLAB, you can use the `plot`

function multiple times with different sets of data. Here's an example:

```
x = 0:0.1:10; % x-axis values
y1 = sin(x); % y-values for line 1
y2 = cos(x); % y-values for line 2
plot(x, y1) % plot line 1
hold on % enable the "hold on" feature to add more lines to the plot
plot(x, y2) % plot line 2
% Add labels and a legend
xlabel('X-axis')
ylabel('Y-axis')
legend('Line 1', 'Line 2')
```

In this example, the `x`

variable represents the x-axis values, while `y1`

and `y2`

represent the y-axis values for line 1 and line 2, respectively. The `plot`

function is used to plot each line, and the `hold on`

command ensures that subsequent `plot`

calls don't overwrite the previous lines. Finally, the `xlabel`

, `ylabel`

, and `legend`

functions are used to add labels and a legend to the plot.

You can modify the data and customize the plot as per your requirements.