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Course: CE 502, Spring 2012
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th 2/9/2010 V trong Matlab ntnhut@hcmus.edu.vn 1 TH 2D Lnh plot &gt;&gt; plot(x,f(x)) Vi: f(x) - hm s cn v x vect min gi tr ca hm f ntnhut@hcmus.edu.vn 2 1 2/9/2010 V d hm plot V th ca hm y = sin(x) &gt;&gt; x = 0:pi/100:2*pi; &gt;&gt; y = sin(x); &gt;&gt; plot(x, y) ntnhut@hcmus.edu.vn 3 ntnhut@hcmus.edu.vn 4 2 2/9/2010 Tham s ng nt c a th &gt;&gt;...

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th 2/9/2010 V trong Matlab ntnhut@hcmus.edu.vn 1 TH 2D Lnh plot >> plot(x,f(x)) Vi: f(x) - hm s cn v x vect min gi tr ca hm f ntnhut@hcmus.edu.vn 2 1 2/9/2010 V d hm plot V th ca hm y = sin(x) >> x = 0:pi/100:2*pi; >> y = sin(x); >> plot(x, y) ntnhut@hcmus.edu.vn 3 ntnhut@hcmus.edu.vn 4 2 2/9/2010 Tham s ng nt c a th >> plot(x,y,'LinestyleMarkerColor') Linestyle (nt v ) `-' `--` `:' `-.' ntnhut@hcmus.edu.vn 5 Marker (nh d u nt v ) `+' `o' `*' `.' `s'/`square' `d'/`diamond' `p'/`pentagram' + * `h'/`hexagram' ^ v . > < ntnhut@hcmus.edu.vn 6 3 2/9/2010 Color (mu s c) `r' (red) `k'(black) `w'(white) `y'(yellow) `c'(cyan) `b'(blue) `g'(green) `m'(magenta) ntnhut@hcmus.edu.vn 7 V d v th v i cc tham s >> x = 0:pi/20:2*pi; >> plot(x, sin(x),'-.*r'); ntnhut@hcmus.edu.vn 8 4 2/9/2010 L nh hold on Khi mun v thm th trn th hin c, ta s dng lnh hold on. tt ch ny, s dng hold off. V d >> >> >> >> >> x = 0:pi/10:2*pi; plot(x, sin(x),'->r') hold on t =0:1:7; plot(t, 2*t,'-*b'); ntnhut@hcmus.edu.vn 9 V d v nhi u th v i cc tham s >> >> >> >> >> >> x = 0:pi/20:2*pi; plot(x, sin(x),'-.*r'); hold on plot(x, sin(x pi/2),'--om'); plot(x, pi), sin(x `:bs'); hold off ntnhut@hcmus.edu.vn 10 5 2/9/2010 ntnhut@hcmus.edu.vn 11 Cc tham s khc LineWidth : rng ca nt v, tnh bng pt. MarkerEdgecolor: mu ca ng vin marker. MarkerFacecolor: mu bn trong marker. Markersize: ln ca marker, tnh bng pt. ntnhut@hcmus.edu.vn 12 6 2/9/2010 V d v th v i cc tham s khc >> x = -pi:pi/10:pi; >> y = tan(sin(x)) - sin(tan(x)); >> plot(x,y,`--rs','LineWidth',... 2,'MarkerEdgecolor',... 'k','MarkerFacecolor',... 'g', 'MarkerSize',10) ntnhut@hcmus.edu.vn 13 ntnhut@hcmus.edu.vn 14 7 2/9/2010 Xc nh ki u tr c t a Lnh axis axis([xmin xmax ymin ymax]) Ty chnh cc kiu trc ta axis on/off/auto axis normal/square/equal/tight axis ij/xy grid on/off ntnhut@hcmus.edu.vn 15 V d v ki u tr c to ntnhut@hcmus.edu.vn 16 8 2/9/2010 Xc nh gi i h n t a xlim([xmin xmax]) ylim(ymin ymax]) Xc nh gii hn ca trc Ox v Oy. V d x = linspace(0,3,500); y = 1./(x - 1).^2 + 3./(x - 2).^2; plot(x,y); grid on; ylim([0 50]); ntnhut@hcmus.edu.vn 17 ntnhut@hcmus.edu.vn 18 9 2/9/2010 Xc nh cc m c ghi trn tr c t a XTick v YTick V d x = -pi:.1:pi; y = sin(x); plot(x,y) set(gca,'XTick',-pi:pi/2:pi) set(gca,'XTickLabel',... {'-pi','-pi/2','0','pi/2','pi'}) ntnhut@hcmus.edu.vn 19 ntnhut@hcmus.edu.vn 20 10
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