Plotting average value with max-min area

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Marco Gualtieri
Marco Gualtieri on 2 Dec 2021
Commented: Marco Gualtieri on 3 Dec 2021
Hello everyone,
I am having some trouble with MATLAB plots. I have successfully created an array
Cn_range=zeros(3,11);
and I filled it with minimum values in the first line, average values in the second line and maximum values in the third. What I need to plot is a solid line with the average values and a "shaded" range behind that, the boundaries of which are defined by the max and min values. I know all the "hold on" stuff, but I cannot find a plotting function for the shaded range behind. Is there anything that I could use to do that?
Thank you in advance for your attention and help.

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KALYAN ACHARJYA
KALYAN ACHARJYA on 2 Dec 2021
Edited: KALYAN ACHARJYA on 2 Dec 2021
c_color=['r','m','y'];
for i=3:-1:1
p=Cn_range(i,:);
plot(p);
area(p,'FaceColor',c_color(i));
hold on;
end
Example:
Hope it helps!
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Marco Gualtieri
Marco Gualtieri on 3 Dec 2021
Thank you again for your answer, maybe I didn't explain myself too well. I am trying to obtain something like what you can see in the attached image.

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