Why is MATLAB not making multiple plots when I specify separate figures?

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Hello, I am attemping to plot two separate sets of data on two different figure windows. I used the following code:
plot(theta, p);
plot(theta, T);
But only figure 1 is showing up. I have looked through this forum and I haven't seen any solutions, so some help would be greatly appreciated.

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Voss 2023-3-10
编辑:Voss 2023-3-10
makes Figure 2 the current figure, if it exists, or creates a new figure called Figure 2 if it does not already exist and makes it the current figure.
It may be that Figure 2 already exists and its Position is outside the range of your monitor(s) or it's very small and you don't notice it.
Regardless, if you want to create a new figure, use
So this
plot(theta, p);
plot(theta, T);
would create two new figures, each with the their own plot(s).
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Guy 2023-3-10
Great, it's working now. I think I just needed to restart MATLAB. Thank you for your help though.


Image Analyst
Image Analyst 2023-3-10
You could put
close all
at the beginning of your script to close all windows. It should work then, though I'm not sure why it didn't work in the first place.

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