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Bar plot using multiple table variables?

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Jeffrey Marak
Jeffrey Marak on 28 May 2019
Answered: Prasanth Sikakollu on 18 Jun 2019
I have a table as attached image. how do I plot First column on X and Varname2, Varname3 and Varname4 on Y axis together on the same plot?? I tried hold on function but the previous plots just get replaced.

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Peter Perkins
Peter Perkins on 12 Jun 2019
It's not completely clear what you are asking for, but my guess is that you want bar, with the 'stacked' input, and t{2:7,2:4} as your (one) input. Then label the bars with t.LandUse. And maybe use t{1,2:4} in some kind of legend?

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Jeffrey Marak
Jeffrey Marak on 18 Jun 2019
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I want to plot like the image attached

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Prasanth Sikakollu
Prasanth Sikakollu on 18 Jun 2019
Hi,
You can try the following code. Assuming that the data is present in the table named "table_data".
% table_data has the data in the form of a table.
bar(categorical(table_data{1:7, 1}), table_data{1:7, 2:4});
legend(table_data.Properties.VariableNames(2:4));
xlabel('LandUse Types');
Its outcome is the following bar graph.
For more information on Bar charts, refer to the following documentation link.
Hope it helps

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