Currently I am working on my research report where I've done a lot of measurements. For now I have uploaded everything into Matlab and visualise each on chart. Each one consists of 4 lines drawn with different color. As you may see in the picture below they are quite similar to each other:
This is just a part of my measurements and I can't add all off them into my work. Moreover the whole bunch of them don't show explicitly the similarity between them. What I want to achieve is to have one chart that is somehow the average of all of them.
The problem that I see now is different number of samples in each chart (x-axis) and different scale (y-axis). So I would be grateful for the advice how to cope with this. I can't do simple mean of all of the results because of those two problems. What would be the best method to display all the results as a one chart?
EDIT: I totally forget to explain what are the values. All colors beside black represent readings from different axis of accelerometer. So red is X, blue is Y and green i Z. The black one is vector sum of all 3 axis.
Once again, to clarify I want to have all such readings on all chart. So I will have all of those charts combined and displayed as only one chart, where there will be 4 colors still. I expect to have some of readings flatten, some smoothed and so on.