How to change axes in tiledlayout with different x and y axes

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I have 3 data sets with 2 different x axes, which I like to plot as a stackedplot. As far as I understood, this is not possible for a stackedplot, as I always need the same x axes. So I used tiledlayout and ploted those 3 separetely. When I try to adjust the XLimits and YLimits I get errors.
This is what I did so far:
XAxislow = 400;
XAxishigh = 1800;
t=tiledlayout(3,1);
ax1 = nexttile;
plot(wave_raman,spec_raman);
ax1 = gca;
ax1.Box = 'off';
ax1.FontSize=11;
ax1.LineWidth=1.2;
ax1.XLimits = [XAxislow XAxishigh];
ax1.YLimits= [0 400];
ax2 = nexttile;
ln2 = plot(wave_gauss3*A3,spec_gauss3);
ax2 = gca;
ax2.Box = 'off';
ax2.FontSize=11;
ax2.LineWidth=1.2;
ax2.XLimits = [XAxislow XAxishigh];
ax2.AxesProperties.YLimits= [0 40];
ax3 = nexttile;
ln3 = plot(wave_gauss4*A4,spec_gauss4);
ax3 = gca;
ax3.Box = 'off';
ax3.FontSize=11;
ax3.LineWidth=1.2;
ax3.XLimits = [XAxislow XAxishigh];
ax3.AxesProperties.YLimits= [0 40];
txt = xlabel(t,'Raman shift [cm^{-1}]');
txt2 = ylabel(t,'Raman intensity');
t.TileSpacing = 'tight'; %compact tight none
t.Padding = 'compact'; %compact tight
txt.FontSize = 12;
txt.Color = 'black';
txt2.FontSize = 12;
txt2.Color = 'black';

Accepted Answer

Simon Chan
Simon Chan on 13 Apr 2022
In order to set the limits, use the following
ax1.XLim = [XAxislow XAxishigh];
ax1.YLim = [0 400];
instead of
ax1.XLimits = [XAxislow XAxishigh];
ax1.YLimits= [0 400];
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Raphael
Raphael on 13 Apr 2022
Thanks. I got confused with the different commands for different functions. Your suggestions work well. Do you have another suggestion how to create a nice stackedplot with different x axes?

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