# Help plot with cell array scale problem

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5mid on 9 Dec 2013
Commented: sixwwwwww on 9 Dec 2013
The scale is not what I want
scatter(NGPSLongitude{1,1},NGPSLatitude{1,1},'r','*')
hold on
it appears me only 2 points and should appear 200...
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5mid on 9 Dec 2013
Edited: 5mid on 9 Dec 2013
its like this x =
43.7347
43.7354
43.7368
43.7370
43.7371
43.7374
43.7373
43.7377
43.7383
43.7388
0
0
43.7403
y =
7.4214
7.4212
7.4215
7.4218
7.4221
7.4239
7.4255
7.4269
7.4278
7.4281
0
0
7.4279

sixwwwwww on 9 Dec 2013
try this:
x = [43.7347 43.7354 43.7368 43.7370 43.7371 43.7374 43.7373 43.7377 43.7383 43.7388 0 0 43.7403];
NGPSLongitude{1,1} = x(x ~= 0);
y = [7.4214 7.4212 7.4215 7.4218 7.4221 7.4239 7.4255 7.4269 7.4278 7.4281 0 0 7.4279];
NGPSLatitude{1,1} = y(y ~= 0);
scatter(NGPSLongitude{1,1},NGPSLatitude{1,1},'r','*')
You need to exclude the values at which both x and y are 0 in order to see graph properly. Because the difference between the points is very small.
sixwwwwww on 9 Dec 2013
you are welcome

Walter Roberson on 9 Dec 2013
Your values 43.73* and 7.42* are very close together compared to the 0 and 0. All of the 43.73* / 7.42* are showing up on top of each other, and all of the 0 / 0 points are showing up on top of each other. If you zoom in on the upper right points you should be able to see them separately.
Is it possible that you want the 0 / 0 points to be omitted ?
5mid on 9 Dec 2013
Edited: 5mid on 9 Dec 2013
Yes it is. How can I do that?
Thanks

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