Updated 17 Jul 2021
This package uses the geometry of regular polyhedra to create axes representing multiple dimensions. It allows multi-dimentional data to be transformed and visualized in a three-dimentional space. Plotting in a one-dimensional system up to an eight dimensional system is currently possible. Not all of these are perfect representations of a multidimentional space. Those are spaces with 5, 6 and 7 dimensions. They are created by combinations of other geometries.
The code will need to be added to your MATLAB path.
[x, y, z] = plotMD(x) Plots each column as a seperate dimension.
[x, y, z] = plotMD(x,y) Plots each column of the variable inputs in seperate dimensions.
[x, y, z] = plotMD(x,y,z) Plots three time series using as many dimensions as necessary.
[x, y, z] = plotsMD(x,y,z,w,...) Plots four, or more, time series using as many dimensions as the total number of columns.
phsprecon(yy) Provide a graphical interfase through which to explore plotting in multiple dimensions.
If you'd like to make changes feel free to initiate a pull request with a full description of what you have changed. If there is an issue please create an issue first so we can discuss it and plan future improvements.
Ben Senderling (2023). Multidimensional Plotting (https://github.com/bsenderling/Multidimensional-plotting/releases/tag/v1.3.1), GitHub. Retrieved .
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See release notes for this release on GitHub: https://github.com/bsenderling/Multidimensional-plotting/releases/tag/v1.3.1
See release notes for this release on GitHub: https://github.com/bsenderling/Multidimensional-plotting/releases/tag/v1.3.0
Added a check to ensure the embedding dimension and time lag don't exhaust the number of points in the time series.
Adjusted the axes limit calculation to better view the phase space.