Book description
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 twodimensional and threedimensional 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:
Table of contents
 Cover
 Title
 Copyright
 Contents at a glance
 Contents
 About the Author
 About the Technical Reviewer
 Introduction
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 Chapter 1: MATLAB Introduction and the Working Environment

Chapter 2: TwoDimensional Graphics. Statistics Graphics and Curves in Explicit, Parametric and Polar Coordinates
 2.1 TwoDimensional Graphics (2D)
 2.2 Titles, Tags, Meshes and Texts
 2.3 Manipulating Graphics
 2.4 Logarithmic Graphics
 2.5 Polygons
 2.6 Graphics Functions in Parametric Coordinates 2D
 2.7 Graphics Functions in Polar Coordinates
 2.8 Bars and Sectors Graphics. Histograms
 2.9 Statistical Errors and Arrow Graphics

Chapter 3: ThreeDimensional Graphics, Warped Curves and Surfaces, Contour Graphics
 3.1 ThreeDimensional Graphics (3D), Warped Curves
 3.2 Polygons in Three Dimensions
 3.3 Graphics in Parametric 3D Coordinates
 3.4 Surfaces, Meshes and Contours
 3.5 Surfaces in Explicit Coordinates
 3.6 Mesh Graphics
 3.7 Contour Graphics
 3.8 Manipulating ThreeDimensional Graphics
 3.9 Parametric Surfaces
 3.10 Special Geometric Forms
 3.11 Other Graphics Handling Options
 Chapter 4: Display Volumes and Specialized Graphics
 Chapter 5: Graphics Special Commands
 Chapter 6: Polynomials and Graphics Interpolation

Appendix A: Numbers, Variables, Operators and Functions Used in Graphics Programming
 A.1 Variables
 A.2 Numbers
 A.3 Integer Numbers
 A.4 Functions with Integer Numbers and Divisibility
 A.5 Numbering Systems
 A.6 Real Numbers
 A.7 Functions with Real Arguments
 A.8 Random Numbers
 A.9 Complex Numbers
 A.10 Functions with Complex Arguments
 A.11 Operators
 A.12 Vector Variables
 A.13 Matrix Variables
 A.14 Elementary Functions that Support Complex Vectors
 A.15 Elementary Functions that Support Complex Arrays
 A.16 Exercises
Product information
 Title: MATLAB Graphical Programming
 Author(s):
 Release date: December 2014
 Publisher(s): Apress
 ISBN: 9781484203163
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