Prerequisite: Introduction to MATLAB
MATLAB is a powerful programming language, that can be used to draw various plots used in machine learning, deep learning, computer vision, and big data programming. Let us start with coding for plots in MATLAB.
Example 1: Let us first understand the simple plot :
In the above code, the sine graph is plotted. Here as seen from the code we first define theta value of the sine plot, then build an array out of it and that function is finally plotted on the graph as shown in the output.
Example 2: Here we will plot the helix which is a 3-dimensional figure. As we all know from basic geometry that a helix is formed from the combination of the sine function and cosine function by declaring the value of theta and then iterating it over the same function. Try to visualize the output.
Example 3: This is purely a complex plot, MATLAB being a highly visualization language for statics and plots. We have a scope to plot such types of graphs here. Here we have plotted the Riemann surface, in a 3D space. Try to visualize the output. Such types of complex functions can be plotted in MATLAB.
- MATLAB | RGB image representation
- MATLAB | Complement colors in a Binary image
- MATLAB | Converting a Grayscale Image to Binary Image using Thresholding
- MATLAB | Complement colors in RGB Image
- MATLAB | Complement colors in a Grayscale Image
- Draw Switzerland Flag Using Matlab
- MATLAB | Display histogram of a grayscale Image
- LSB based Image steganography using MATLAB
- Draw Sweden Flag using matlab
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- How to draw Japan flag using MATLAB
- Draw Kuwait Flag using MATLAB
- Draw Sudan Flag using MATLAB
- Draw Indian Flag using matlab
- Draw Seychelles Flag using MATLAB
- Plot a line along 2 points in MATLAB
- Display the red, green and blue color planes of a color image in MATLAB
- Draw Austria flag using Matlab
- MATLAB | Convert video into slow motion
- MATLAB | Convert a video to fast mode
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