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

  • Thread starter timsea81
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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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trollcast
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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.
 
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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.
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.
 

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