I read a csv-file to get my vectors. All of them have 9152 data elements. They are signals of a osziloskop.
temps = xlsread('Test_100mms');
v_1 = temps(:,2).';
F_1 = temps(:,5.');
I_1 = temps(:,8).';
s_1 = temps(:,11).';
After that i want to plot them into a graph:
xlabel('Zeit t in ms');
When i saw the graph, i recogniced that some data points are missing. To illustrate i plotted the 4rd signal, s_1, twice:
- first with no styles or markers plot(s_1,'g','LineWidth',1);
- secondly with markers plot(s_1,'k-o','LineWidth',1);
the first graph displays only a few data points. The second graph shows all data points. The only difference in my code is the "-o". You can see that in the picture of the graph.
My first guess was that Matalb leaves some data points away to save memory or compute time. Maybe i should mention that this plot is one of about 20 plots and i use a live script.