# Use results of a 'for' loop to formulate a vector

I would think this should be an easy one...

For i=0 to i=M, I want to run a a calculation and get M different results. I want to store those M results as a vector so I can plot them.

Simplify version below:

for i=0:10
T = i/2;
T
end

This spits out a list of numbers: 0, 0.5, 1... How do I store that list as a vector and plot it?

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It depends what language you are using as theres differences between them and how they handle vectors and what graphing options they have.

It depends what language you are using as theres differences between them and how they handle vectors and what graphing options they have.
I think I got it now:

T1 = [1:5];
for i=1:5,
T1(i) = i^6;
T2(i) = i^.01;
plot (T1)
end

Now I just need to figure out how to plot two vectors on top of each other in different colors, but I think I should be able to get that part from the help. Thanks for the response.