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**MuPAD® notebooks are not recommended. Use MATLAB® live scripts instead.**

**MATLAB live scripts support most MuPAD functionality, though there are some differences. For more information, see Convert MuPAD Notebooks to MATLAB Live Scripts.**

We present a collection of pictures illustrating the capabilities
of the present MuPAD^{®} graphics system. These pictures are created
at various places in this document where they are used to demonstrate
certain features of the graphics system. A reference to the location
of detailed documentation is provided along with each picture in this
gallery. There, further details including the MuPAD commands
for generating the picture can be found.

The following picture shows a plot of several functions. Singularities are highlighted by “vertical asymptotes.” See 2D Function Graphs: plotfunc2d for details:

The following picture shows a function plot together with a spline interpolation through a set of sample points. See section Some Examples for details:

The following picture shows a hatched area between functions.
See the examples on the help page of `plot::Hatch`

for details:

The following picture demonstrates some layout possibilities.
See the examples on the help page of `Layout`

for details:

The following picture demonstrates the construction of cycloids via points fixed to a rolling wheel. See section Some Examples for an animated version and details:

The following picture demonstrates hatched areas inside curves.
See the examples on the help page of `plot::Hatch`

for details:

The following picture shows an imported bitmap inside function plots. See section Importing Pictures for details:

The following picture shows some frames of an animation of the perturbed orbit of a small planet kicked out of a solar system by a giant planet after a near-collision. See section Example 3 for details of the animation:

The following picture shows three solution curves of an ODE
inside the directional vector field associated with the ODE. See the
examples on the help page of `plot::VectorField2d`

for details:

The following picture shows the Mandelbrot set together with
two blow ups of regions of special interest. See the examples on the
help page of `plot::Density`

for
details:

The following picture shows several rotated copies of a function
graph. See the examples on the help page of `plot::Rotate2d`

for details:

The following picture shows a data plot of type `plot::Bars2d`

. See the
examples on the help page of `plot::Bars2d`

for details:

The following picture shows the image of a rectangle in the
complex plane under the map .
See the examples on the help page of `plot::Conformal`

for details:

The following picture shows some elliptic curves generated as
a contour plot. See the examples on the help page of `plot::Implicit2d`

for
details:

The following picture shows the Feigenbaum diagram of the logistic
map. See the examples on the help page of `plot::PointList2d`

for details:

The following picture shows a fractal object generated by a
turtle plot of a Lindenmayer system. See the examples on the help
page of `plot::Lsys`

for
details:

The following picture demonstrates a 3D function plot of ,
where is
the ```
Bessel
function of the first kind
```

. See the examples on the help page
of `plot::Function3d`

for
details:

The following picture demonstrates a 3D function plot enhanced
by a coordinate grid. See the examples on the help page of `GridVisible`

for
details:

The following picture demonstrates a 3D function plot of ,
which is not real for some parts of the parameter space. See the documentation
of `plot::Function3d`

for
details:

The following picture shows “Klein's bottle” (a
famous topological object). This surface does not have an orientation;
there is no “inside” and no “outside”
of this object. See the examples on the help page of `plot::Surface`

for details:

The following picture demonstrates the reconstruction of an object with rotational symmetry from measurements of its radius at various points. See section Some Examples for details:

The following picture shows the “Lorenz attractor.” See section Cameras in 3D for an animated version and details:

The following picture shows a 3D level surface of a function
(the solution set of *z*^{2} = *sin*(*z* - *x*^{2} *y*^{2})).
See the examples on the help page of `plot::Implicit3d`

for details:

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