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27 Nov 2007 Screenshot COLORVFIELD3 Colored 3D Vector Field Plotter Plots 3D vectors colored according to their lengths. Author: Michael Sullivan specialized, plotting, colorvfield, quiver, colorvfield3, quiver3 10 0
27 Nov 2007 Screenshot Colored 2D Vector Field Plotter Plots 2D vectors colored according to their lengths. Author: Michael Sullivan specialized, plotting, colorvfield, quiver, vector, field 8 3
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28 Nov 2007 Colored 2D Vector Field Plotter Plots 2D vectors colored according to their lengths. Author: Michael Sullivan Sullivan, Michael

Hi all,

First, I know that the .m file will not work with Matlab v6 or before. I'm not sure the other version restrictions, but I know it works for me in R2007a.

M Tg, thank you for your input, but there are some differences between this project and vfield. Vfield plots a three dimensional vector field in two dimensions, with the color scheme being applied relative to direction. This project is simpler, plotting a 2D vector field in 2D, with colors being applied relative to the magnitudes of the vectors.

I posted the project because I had a need for something similar, and hopefully the code is easy to understand and modify. I'd be happy to help anybody get it working (though there are some known version restrictions with colored quiver vectors).

Mike

28 Nov 2007 Colored 2D Vector Field Plotter Plots 2D vectors colored according to their lengths. Author: Michael Sullivan Zhu, A

Either I or my Matlab is a dummy, whatever, there is no right results there. While I follow the vfield.m, perfect color picture I got.

27 Nov 2007 Colored 2D Vector Field Plotter Plots 2D vectors colored according to their lengths. Author: Michael Sullivan Tg, M

This is nice, but there is already such utility.
Search in FEX for vfield (also vfield3)

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