< Top five productivity practices in... < Previous Managing code in MATLAB: Scripts >Next > Inserting data into a vector in MATLAB Posted by Doug Hull, June 3, 2011 33 views (last 30 days) | 0 likes | 3 comments If you want to insert a data point into an existing series, you may need to insert a corresponding data point in another vector in the same place. You could do that with logical indexing and concatenation of vectors as shown in this video. | You are now following this blog post You will see updates in your activity feed.You may receive emails, depending on your notification preferences. Close Category: Format: Video, Level: Basic < Top five productivity practices in... < Previous Managing code in MATLAB: Scripts >Next > See Also Using logical indexing to plot points meeting a specific criteria only. Blogs Top 10 MATLAB code practices that make me cry Blogs MATLAB Basics video: Using NaN as placeholder data in graphics Blogs Working with Financial Time Series Objects Video Viewer Learn Basic Abilities of Simulink - Guide Comments To leave a comment, please click here to sign in to your MathWorks Account or create a new one.