How to plot 3 y axis or more in a single graph?

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For example: I have to plot X=(1:1:50); Y1=sin(X); Y2=exp(X); Y3=(X).^2; For y-plot I want respective adjusted range of axis.
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UTKARSH VERMA
UTKARSH VERMA on 13 Jan 2018
Edited: UTKARSH VERMA on 13 Jan 2018
I want 3 line in one graph but with 3 axis representing their respective line. For example for Y1 yaxis value range should of range between -1 to 1 but if i use exp(i.e. Y2) axis to represent Y1 then it may give straight line.

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ANKUR KUMAR
ANKUR KUMAR on 14 Jan 2018
Edited: ANKUR KUMAR on 14 Jan 2018
plot((1:5),randi(25,1,5),'r')
addaxis((1:5),randi(25,1,5),'g')
addaxis((1:5),randi(25,1,5),'m')
addaxis((1:5),randi(25,1,5),'y')
legend({'plot1','plot2','plot3','plot4'})
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Alessandro De Iasio
Alessandro De Iasio on 23 Sep 2022
Was anyone able to plot more than one curve for the nth axis?

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Jan
Jan on 13 Jan 2018
Edited: Jan on 13 Jan 2018
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Jan
Jan on 14 Jan 2018
Edited: Jan on 14 Jan 2018
Simply download it and call it. The help section of this function explains the details. Or see the suggestion of ANKUR KUMAR.

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yeswanth reddy
yeswanth reddy on 29 Sep 2021
plot((1:5),randi(25,1,5),'r')
addaxis((1:5),randi(25,1,5),'g')
addaxis((1:5),randi(25,1,5),'m')
addaxis((1:5),randi(25,1,5),'y')
legend({'plot1','plot2','plot3','plot4'})

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