# How to separate two graphs plotted in one figure into two separate figures?

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Soeun Lee on 6 Aug 2021
Answered: Peter Perkins on 6 Aug 2021
Hi all,
What I am trying to do is to have one plot with the orange graph and another plot with the blue graph. However, right now the orange and blue graphs are being plotted together in one plot. How should I modify my code so that they are no longer plotted together in one plot? ##### 2 CommentsShowHide 1 older comment
Soeun Lee on 6 Aug 2021
init_time=input('Initial time (s):')
init_mn=fix(init_time/60);
init_s= floor(init_time-(init_mn*60));
init_ms=(init_time-(init_s+(init_mn*60)))*1000;
end_time=input('End time (s):')
end_mn=fix(end_time/60);
end_s= floor(end_time-(end_mn*60));
end_ms=(end_time-(end_s+(end_mn*60)))*1000
for di=1:length(CHANNEL)
neural = timetable(RawData,'SampleRate',fs);
neural.Properties.VariableNames{1} = 'raw';
neural.Properties.VariableUnits{1} = 'Volts';
HighPass = 300;
LowPass = 5000;
[Z, P, K] = butter(5, [HighPass LowPass]/(fs/2), "bandpass");
sos = zp2sos(Z, P, K);
neural.raw = double(neural.raw);
neural.spikes = sosfilt(sos,RawData);
figure; plot(neural.Time,neural.spikes)
%for idx=1:NO_CHAN
%figure(idx)
%plot(neural.Time,neural.spikes)
%end
xlim([duration(0,init_mn,init_s,init_ms) duration(0,end_mn,end_s,end_ms)])
ylim([-1e-4 1e-4])
end

Dave B on 6 Aug 2021
Edited: Dave B on 6 Aug 2021
Is neural.Spikes two columns?
If so:
figure;
nexttile % starting in R2019b, in older versions subplot(1,2,1)
plot(neural.Time,neural.spikes(:,1))
nexttile % starting in R2019b, in older versions subplot(1,2,2)
plot(neural.Time,neural.spikes(:,2))
(If it's two rows, replace the (:,1) with (1,:) and (:,2) with (2,:))
Example:
t = 1:100;
spks = rand(100,2);
nexttile;
plot(t,spks(:,1))
nexttile
plot(t,spks(:,2)) ### More Answers (1)

Peter Perkins on 6 Aug 2021
If spikes were two separate variables in a timetable (see splitvars), this would just be stackedplot(neural).