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superimpose matrices (n,n,m) to (n,n,1)

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I have a matrix a=360x360x100 (double)
I want to know how to superimpose all images and get a single matrix i.e 360x360x1 from 360x360x100
and plot that
for i = 1:100
l = data(:,i);
a100(:,:,i) = reshape(l, 360, []);
end
x = 1:size(a100,1);
y = 1:size(a100,2);
z = 1:size(a100,3);
Now I can plot all but I want to superimpose all plots just hold on and plotting not works

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Steve Eddins
Steve Eddins on 12 Jan 2021
Here are some options.
Compute and plot the maximum value at each pixel:
imagesc(max(a100,[],3))
Compute and plot the minimum value at each pixel:
imagesc(min(a100,[],3))
Compute and plot the sum of all the images:
imagesc(sum(a100,3))
Compute and plot the average of all the images:
imagesc(mean(a100,3))

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