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Post by Joshua Bowen on May 14, 2015

Are polar plots considered 2D or 3D in Matlab

Graphics, Part 2

  • You can show a number of plots in the same figure. First way is to hold the previous graph and plot the next one on top of it without erasing the first one. You can also show a number of plots in the same figure by using subplot function. The statement subplot(m,n,p) divides the figure window into m*n small sets of axes, and select the pth set for the current plot (numbered by row from the left of the top row).
  • In this session we also introduce some special plots such as logarithmic and polar which have vast applications in science and engineering.

Graphics, Part 2

Lecture Slides are screen-captured images of important points in the lecture. Students can download and print out these lecture slide images to do practice problems as well as take notes while watching the lecture.

  • Intro 0:00
  • Multiple Plots on the Same Axis 0:07
    • Hold On
    • Plotyy
    • Plot (x) (y)
  • Subplots 4:39
    • Figure
  • Graphical Input 10:06
  • Logarithmic Plots 11:48
  • Polar Plots 12:57
  • Fplot 14:29