Screencast on the basics of plotting one-variable (two-dimensional) functions in MATLAB. Discusses the philosophy of how MATLAB makes plots, the PLOT function, potential pitfalls when making plots, and the HOLD ON/HOLD OFF and FIGURE commands.

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how to get rid of asymptotes? e.g. 1/x. I just want the curve where x is defined to show, not the asymptote

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i difined an own function of the variables x,y,z.

so now i want to plot the whole thing with fixed values for y and z and over x, wich is supposed to be a vector.

so i created the vector r=0:0.01:1

and tried: plot(f(r.,2,3)), but it doesnt do the trick. how do i get my own fuction to swallow a vector for x?

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How to shade the region between y=sinx and y=x^2. What command do you use? Is the command will work for three or four functions?

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how would you plot a piecewise function in Matlab?

I like to draw a flower using oval and circle functions

Great stuff. Easy plot and linear fit in 60s: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FKc4x2p9XyI&t=1s

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