# MATLAB Programming/Loglog

## Introduction Edit

The *loglog* command plots both x and y data sets on a log scale while the *plot* command plots both axes on linear scales and the *semilogx/y* command plots 1 axis on a linear scale and the other axis on a log scale. Other than the scale of the axes, the 3 plotting commands are identical in most ways.

## Basic Usage Edit

The basic usage of the *plot*, *semilogx/y*, and *loglog* command are identical. Below is an example of how a PSD would be plotted

```
>> Fs = 1000; % Sample Rate of 1 kHz
>> t = 0:(1/Fs):1000; % Time vector
>> x = sin(pi*t); % Sine wave based on time vector
>> [Pxx, f] = pwelch(x, [], [], [], Fs);
>> loglog(f, Pxx)
>> grid on
>> xlabel('Frequency (Hz)')
>> ylabel('Magnitude (units^2/Hz)')
>> title('PSD of Sine Wave')
```