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Octave & FreeMat Tutorial -- 06 -- Basic Plotting

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Basic 2-dimensional plotting and some options that go with it. Playlist: http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL04PA2q0LfJI4kLcW0EKQcetWZd4q5bBP Here's a modified version of the print command given at 10:15 print(4,'plot.eps','-deps','-color') This version gives you a color eps file. Without it, it's black and white. Not sure why. It's not necessary for png files. Finally, for Linux users, you're supposed to have "epstool" and "fig2ps" installed when you export to eps, though for some reason it does work without it. You can get both of those in Synaptic.
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Bryan Cantero (11 months ago)
How can i calculate summatory? Thanks for help!
call me daddy (1 year ago)
why 3 coordinates if you are using a 2D plane???
Richard McGinley (2 years ago)
It was helpful. I use MATLAB home edition but I'm always looking at open source tools for work. My company won't buy MATLAB and Simulink so we have to get creative at times. So Octave and Open Modelica make an interesting pair.
AlwaysHopeful87 (2 years ago)
More than one function at 6:31
MAX Li (5 years ago)
thank for your sharing
samelorc (6 years ago)
Thanks for the videos! I found them really useful.

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