Why do the y axes have different lengths although they have same limits?

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Md Ferdous Alam
Md Ferdous Alam on 6 Oct 2021
Answered: Star Strider on 6 Oct 2021
Please see the attached .fig file. How can I make equal lengths for all Y axes? They already have equal limits. I need the code. Please help.
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Jan
Jan on 6 Oct 2021
Please post the file as screenshot and show it as picture directly. This is easier for the readers than to import a fig file and to open it. E.g. I do not have a running Matlab at the moment.
If you post your code, it is much easier to suggest how to modify it. I'm not sure, what "equal" length mean, if they have the same limits already.

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Star Strider
Star Strider on 6 Oct 2021
I do not understand what change is desired.
Apparently ‘BH-1’ and ‘BH-2’ display different sets of data, however all the axes scals and limits are the same in both. The ‘BH-1’ data appear to go from +5 to about -48, and the ‘BH-2’ data from +6 to -35.
The data are the data, and in my opinion, are depicted appropriately. I would just leave them as they are.
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