MATLAB Graphical Programming

MATLAB Graphical Programming

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MATLAB enables you to work with its graphics capabilities in almost all areas of the experimental sciences and engineering. The commands that MATLAB implements in job related graphics are quite useful and are very efficient. MATLAB has functions for working with two-dimensional and three-dimensional graphics, statistical graphs, curves and surfaces in explicit, implicit, parametric and polar coordinates. It also works perfectly with twisted curves, surfaces, volumes and graphical interpolation. MATLAB Graphical Programming addresses all these issues by developing the following topics:This book is a reference designed to give you a simple syntax example of the commands and to graph it so that you can see the result for: What youa€™ll learn Two dimensional graphics Statistical graphics Curves in explicit coordinates Curves in parametric coordinates Curves in polar coordinates Logarithmic and semi-logarithmic plots Bar graphs and histograms sectors Three-dimensional graphics Twisted curves and surfaces Graphs of surfaces, meshes and contours Graphs of surfaces in explicit coordinates parametric surfaces Viewing volumes and specialized graphics Special commands for graphics Who this book is for This book is for those who deal in graphics at many levels wanting to graph and analyze the functions/problems graphically. Table of Contents 1. Introducing MATLAB for Graphical Programming 2. Two-Dimensional Graphics with MATLAB 3. Three-Dimensional Graphics with MATLAB 4. Displaying Volumes and Specialized Graphics with MATLAB 5. MATLAB Special Graphics Commands 6. Polynomials and Graphics Interpolation with MATLAB 7. Appendix A: Graphics Programming with MATLAB - Variables, Numbers, Operators and FunctionsGraphic of contour f(x, y) filling in the given domain Graphic of contour f(x, y) stuffed in the mesh n x n Graph of f(x, y) mesh filling at I-27, 27tlx (-27t, 27th. Both the x and y parameters in the function are evaluated throughout the range of -2pi toanbsp;...

Title:MATLAB Graphical Programming
Author:Cesar Perez Lopez
Publisher:Apress - 2014-12-24


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