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Dynamic plotting

version (10.4 KB) by Paul de Wit
A gui able to generate dynamic plots on up to four axes, also able to save any number of functions


Updated 27 Sep 2004

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The dynamic variable is "a" input a function, and use "a" to denote the ranges which you want to test for, for example sin(a*x) will plot the function sin(a(1)*x),sin(a(2)*x),sin(a(3)*x),... sin(a(n)*x). Possible options are hold on,grid on, and is also able to specify axes length, or a variable axes length.

To save functions just click "save function" and the function will be stored in a popupmenu, which can be called at any time.

A maximum of four subplots are available, all able to use the dynamic function. Program will also remember inputed fields.

Also possible is normal plotting.

Cite As

Paul de Wit (2022). Dynamic plotting (, MATLAB Central File Exchange. Retrieved .

MATLAB Release Compatibility
Created with R14
Compatible with any release
Platform Compatibility
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