# Obtain and plot values of a "for" loop

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Alex T. el 16 de Mayo de 2021
Comentada: Alex T. el 16 de Mayo de 2021
Hello everyone! I am new to MATLAB and kinda unexperienced and i need your help for a script! I'm trying to obtain the values of y and y1 of the script bellow! In command window i receive the values but i can't plot them right or seing them as an array in workspace but only seperated. Can anyone please tell me where am i wrong? Thank you!
x=[0:0.1:1];
for i=0:0.1:1
y=2*(-88404*i*(1-i)*(6*(i-1)-4.1*i))/(12640.5*(1-i)+16860*((6-4.1)*i-6)*(-2)*(((4.1-6)*i)+6)+618272*(i^2))
x1=i;
y1=(-105258*i*(1-i))/(69126*i+101160*(1-i)-12640.5*(1-i))
end
plot (x,y,'o')
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David Fletcher el 16 de Mayo de 2021
you need to retain the values of y as you go through each iteration of the loop. There are a few ways of doing it, but perhaps the quick and dirty way in the context of your loop is:
x=[0:0.1:1];
y=[];
for i=0:0.1:1
y=[y 2*(-88404*i*(1-i)*(6*(i-1)-4.1*i))/(12640.5*(1-i)+16860*((6-4.1)*i-6)*(-2)*(((4.1-6)*i)+6)+618272*(i^2))]
x1=i;
y1=(-105258*i*(1-i))/(69126*i+101160*(1-i)-12640.5*(1-i))
end
plot (x,y,'o-')
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David Fletcher el 16 de Mayo de 2021
Yes, you can use the same strategy for y1
Alex T. el 16 de Mayo de 2021
Thank you very much David! Really appreciate it! Wish you all the best for the future!

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