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How to plot two MATLAB polar plot in a single figure?

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Kalyan Jyoti Kalita
Kalyan Jyoti Kalita on 18 Jan 2020
Commented: Star Strider on 20 Jan 2020
% Program for polar plot
clear;
syms sumw rhoo
load input.txt;
a=input(2,:); % Hole site energy (ea)/no need to put effective one
b=input(3,:); % Hole site energy (eb)/no need to put effective one
c=input(4,:); % Hole spatial overlap
d=input(5,:); % Hole charge transfer integral
p=input(6,:); % Electron site energy (ea)/no need to put effective one
q=input(7,:); % Electron site energy (eb)/no need to put effective one
r=input(8,:); % Electron spatial overlap
s=input(9,:); % Electron charge transfer integral
x=input(10,:); % Neutral Optimized energy
y=input(11,:); % CSP energy
z=input(12,:); % ASP energy
u=input(13,:); % Cationic optimized energy
v=input(14,:); % NSP with cationic geometry
m=input(15,:); % Anionic optimized energy
n=input(16,:); % NSP with anionic geometry
r=input(17,:); % Centroid to centroid distance
sita=input(18,:)*3.1415926/180; % Angle between the dimer vector and the refernce axis
gama=input(19,:)*3.1415926/180; % Angle between the dimer vector and the refernce plane
sumw=0;
for i=1:input(1,1)
v(i)=(d(i)-c(i)*(a(i)+b(i))*0.5)/(1-c(i)*c(i)); % Equation 10 of the JACS and PCCP paper
eh(i)=(y(i)-u(i)+v(i)-x(i))*27.2112; % Hole Reorganization Energy
w(i)=(v(i)*v(i)/6.5821192569654e-16)*((3.1415926/(eh(i)*0.026))^0.5)*exp(-eh(i)/(4*0.026)); % Rate of electron transfer Mercus Theory
sumw=sumw+w(i);
end
for i=1:input(1,1)
wip(i)=w(i)^2/sumw;
end
for i=1:input(1,1)
u(i)=wip(i)*r(i)^2*10^(-16)/(2*0.026); % Mobility Values without the angles
end
theta=[0:0.02:2*pi];
rhoo=0;
for i=1:input(1,1)
rho=0;
rho=u(i).*cos(sita(i)-theta).*cos(sita(i)-theta).*cos(gama(i)).*cos(gama(i));
rhoo=rhoo+rho;
end
figure(1);
Mobility=max(rhoo)
polarplot(theta,rhoo,'k','LineWidth',2)
polarplot(rhoo,'-o')
pax = gca
pax.FontSize = 14;
pax.ThetaColor = 'k';
pax.RColor = 'k';
pax.GridColor = 'k';
pax.LineWidth = 2;
pax.GridWidth = 5;
pax.ZeroAngleLine = '1';
pax.TitleTopFontSizeMultiplier='1'
pax.GridOverData='1'
pax.GridForeGroundColor='k'
hold on
sumw=0;
for i=1:input(1,1)
v(i)=(s(i)-r(i)*(p(i)+b(i))*0.5)/(1-r(i)*r(i)); % Equation 10 of the JACS and PCCP paper
ee(i)=(z(i)-m(i)+n(i)-x(i))*27.2112; % Electron Reorganization Energy
w(i)=(v(i)*v(i)/6.5821192569654e-16)*((3.1415926/(ee(i)*0.026))^0.5)*exp(-ee(i)/(4*0.026)); % Rate of electron transfer Mercus Theory
sumw=sumw+w(i);
end
for i=1:input(1,1)
wip(i)=w(i)^2/sumw;
end
for i=1:input(1,1)
u(i)=wip(i)*r(i)^2*10^(-16)/(2*0.026); % Mobility Values without the angles
end
theta=[0:0.02:2*pi];
rhoo=0;
for i=1:input(1,1)
rho=0;
rho=u(i).*cos(sita(i)-theta).*cos(sita(i)-theta).*cos(gama(i)).*cos(gama(i));
rhoo=rhoo+rho;
end
figure(1);
Mobility=max(rhoo)
polarplot(theta,rhoo,'k','LineWidth',2)
polarplot(rhoo,'-o')
title('Mobility of 25TR(R)');
pax = gca
pax.FontSize = 14;
pax.ThetaColor = 'k';
pax.RColor = 'k';
pax.GridColor = 'k';
pax.LineWidth = 2;
pax.GridWidth = 5;
pax.ZeroAngleLine = '1';
pax.TitleTopFontSizeMultiplier='1'
pax.GridOverData='1'
pax.GridForeGroundColor='k'
I want to plot two polar plot together in a single figure. I used the above code to do the same, but not sucessfull. I can plot them in two separate figure. I have attached the plot generated separately and input.txt file.

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Star Strider
Star Strider on 18 Jan 2020
Edited: Star Strider on 18 Jan 2020
The hold calls must go after the appropriate figure call, not before it.
Example—
a = linspace(0, 2*pi);
r1 = abs(cos(a));
r2 = abs(sin(a));
figure
polarplot(a, r1)
hold on
polarplot(a, r2)
hold off
EDIT — (18 Jan 2020 at 15:41)
Added plot figure produced with my code —
1How to plot two MATLAB polar plot in a single figure - 2020 01 18.png

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Kalyan Jyoti Kalita
Kalyan Jyoti Kalita on 20 Jan 2020
% Program for polar plot
clear;
syms sumwh sumwe rhooh rhooe
load input.txt;
a=input(2,:); % Hole site energy (ea)/no need to put effective one
b=input(3,:); % Hole site energy (eb)/no need to put effective one
c=input(4,:); % Hole spatial overlap
d=input(5,:); % Hole charge transfer integral
p=input(6,:); % Electron site energy (ea)/no need to put effective one
q=input(7,:); % Electron site energy (eb)/no need to put effective one
r=input(8,:); % Electron spatial overlap
s=input(9,:); % Electron charge transfer integral
x=input(10,:); % Neutral Optimized energy
y=input(11,:); % CSP energy
z=input(12,:); % ASP energy
u=input(13,:); % Cationic optimized energy
v=input(14,:); % NSP with cationic geometry
m=input(15,:); % Anionic optimized energy
n=input(16,:); % NSP with anionic geometry
r=input(17,:); % Centroid to centroid distance
sita=input(18,:)*3.1415926/180; % Angle between the dimer vector and the refernce axis
gama=input(19,:)*3.1415926/180; % Angle between the dimer vector and the refernce plane
sumwh=0;
sumwe=0;
for i=1:input(1,1)
vh(i)=(d(i)-c(i)*(a(i)+b(i))*0.5)/(1-c(i)*c(i)); % Equation 10 of the JACS and PCCP paper
ve(i)=(s(i)-r(i)*(p(i)+b(i))*0.5)/(1-r(i)*r(i)); % Equation 10 of the JACS and PCCP paper
eh(i)=(y(i)-u(i)+v(i)-x(i))*27.2112; % Hole Reorganization Energy
ee(i)=(z(i)-m(i)+n(i)-x(i))*27.2112; % Electron Reorganization Energy
wh(i)=(vh(i)*vh(i)/6.5821192569654e-16)*((3.1415926/(eh(i)*0.026))^0.5)*exp(-eh(i)/(4*0.026));
we(i)=(ve(i)*ve(i)/6.5821192569654e-16)*((3.1415926/(ee(i)*0.026))^0.5)*exp(-ee(i)/(4*0.026));
sumwh=sumwh+wh(i);
sumwe=sumwe+we(i);
end
for i=1:input(1,1)
wih(i)=wh(i)^2/sumwh;
wie(i)=we(i)^2/sumwe;
end
for i=1:input(1,1)
uh(i)=wih(i)*r(i)^2*10^(-16)/(2*0.026); % Hole Mobility Values without the angles
ue(i)=wie(i)*r(i)^2*10^(-16)/(2*0.026); % Electron Mobility Values without the angles
end
theta=[0:0.02:2*pi];
rhooh=0;
rhooe=0;
for i=1:input(1,1)
rhoh=0;
rhoe=0;
rhoh=uh(i).*cos(sita(i)-theta).*cos(sita(i)-theta).*cos(gama(i)).*cos(gama(i));
rhooh=rhooh+rhoh;
rhoe=ue(i).*cos(sita(i)-theta).*cos(sita(i)-theta).*cos(gama(i)).*cos(gama(i));
rhooe=rhooe+rhoe;
end
figure(1);
Hole=max(rhooh)
Electron=max(rhooe)
polarplot(theta,rhooh,'k','LineWidth',2)
polarplot(rhooh,'-o')
pax = gca
pax.FontSize = 14;
pax.ThetaColor = 'k';
pax.RColor = 'k';
pax.GridColor = 'k';
pax.LineWidth = 2;
pax.GridWidth = 5;
pax.ZeroAngleLine = '1';
pax.TitleTopFontSizeMultiplier='1'
pax.GridOverData='1'
pax.GridForeGroundColor='k'
hold on
polarplot(theta,rhooe,'k','LineWidth',2)
polarplot(rhooe,'-o')
pax = gca
pax.FontSize = 14;
pax.ThetaColor = 'k';
pax.RColor = 'k';
pax.GridColor = 'k';
pax.LineWidth = 2;
pax.GridWidth = 5;
pax.ZeroAngleLine = '1';
pax.TitleTopFontSizeMultiplier='1'
pax.GridOverData='1'
pax.GridForeGroundColor='k'
hold off
I have edited the code (shown above) but still not getting two polar plot in a single figure. Where I am wronG?
Star Strider
Star Strider on 20 Jan 2020
The problem is that your are asking polarplot to do weveral things it does not have the ability to do, and that was stopping the code and throwing errors.
Try this:
figure(1);
Hole=max(rhooh)
Electron=max(rhooe)
polarplot(theta,rhooh,'k','LineWidth',2)
% polarplot(rhooh,'-o') % <— MOVE THIS TO AFTER ‘hold on’
pax = gca;
pax.FontSize = 14;
pax.ThetaColor = 'k';
pax.RColor = 'k';
pax.GridColor = 'k';
pax.LineWidth = 2;
% pax.GridWidth = 5;
% pax.ZeroAngleLine = '1';
% pax.TitleTopFontSizeMultiplier='1'
% pax.GridOverData='1'
% pax.GridForeGroundColor='k'
hold on
polarplot(rhooh,'-o')
polarplot(theta,rhooe,'k','LineWidth',2)
polarplot(rhooe,'-o')
pax = gca
pax.FontSize = 14;
pax.ThetaColor = 'k';
pax.RColor = 'k';
pax.GridColor = 'k';
pax.LineWidth = 2;
% pax.GridWidth = 5;
% pax.ZeroAngleLine = '1';
% pax.TitleTopFontSizeMultiplier='1'
% pax.GridOverData='1'
% pax.GridForeGroundColor='k'
hold off
Delete the commented-out lines.
See the documentation on: PolarAxes Properties for a list of the properties that actually exist, and that it is possible to change.

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