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Two different grids on same axes

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Marcel345614
Marcel345614 on 22 Apr 2021
Is it allowed to do the following:
figure
ax1=axes()
hold on
x1=0.2:0.05:1
x2=0.1:0.1:1.2 %different axis
p1=plot(x1,x1.^2,'Parent',ax1)
p2=plot(x2,x2.^2,'Parent',ax1)
set(ax1,'Box','off','Xlim',[0.2 0.9],'Ylim',[0 1])
hold off
I mean, I plot two curves with different spacings of the data points on the same axes ax1. Could this somehow skretch or compress the shape of the curve in a strange way?

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Pratheek Punchathody
Pratheek Punchathody on 27 Apr 2021
Currently the ticks and grid line spacing are associated and so the only way to change grid spacing is to change the tick spacing. Here are some examples:
figure;
plot(1:100);
set(gca,'xtick',[0:13:100]);
set(gca,'ytick',linspace(0,100,13));
% The following code changes the minor grid
% spacing by adjusting the tick spacing:
figure
plot(1:100);
grid on
grid minor
set(gca,'xtick',[0:50:100])
set(gca,'ytick',[0:50:100])

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