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Matlab Visualizing Data
Matlab Visualizing Data
Matlab Visualizing Data
Matlab Visualizing Data
Matlab Visualizing Data
Matlab Visualizing Data
Matlab Visualizing Data
Matlab Visualizing Data
Matlab Visualizing Data
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Matlab Visualizing Data

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  • 1. Matlab:Visualizing Data
  • 2. Plots
    Plot is a MATLAB function which allows users to plot graphs of various kinds and with several possible parameters.
  • 3. Plots
    >>plot((rand(5,5)*100))
  • 4. Plots
    >> plot(sin(1:0.1:20))
  • 5. Plots
    >> plot(sin(1:0.1:20)); grid on;
  • 6. Plots
  • 7. Plots
  • 8. Animation
    Ways to Animate Plots
    You can create animated sequences with MATLAB graphics by saving a number of different pictures and playing them back as a movie.
    >>F = getframe(h) gets a frame from the figure or axes identified by handle h.
    >> movie(M) plays the movie in matrix M once, using the current axes as the default target.
  • 9. Animation
    >> for k = 1:16
    plot(fft(eye(k+16)))
    axis equal
    M(k) = getframe;
    end
    >> movie(M);
  • 10. Visit more self help tutorials
    Pick a tutorial of your choice and browse through it at your own pace.
    The tutorials section is free, self-guiding and will not involve any additional support.
    Visit us at www.dataminingtools.net

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