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Visualising Maxwell's equations using MATLAB

I asked this question to help me understand what is going on in one of Maxwell's equations. I am happy with following through the maths on paper now, but would like to use MATLAB to take it one step ...
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Plot a surface from data sets in MATLAB

I tried to plot a surface in MATLAB but, since it is the first time I had to do something like this, I need a confirmation on the process I followed because it is important for my project to plot the ...
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Nice plot of f(x)

A user has this nice graph of f(x) on his profile and I want to learn how to do it in matlab or Gnu octave. ...
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Python package for (adaptive) function plotting

Are there any mature Python packages that can plot functions, and possibly use adaptive sampling? I am looking to pass only a function (can be a numerical black box) and a range, and expect a plot as ...
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Graphing electric potential of a ring of charge using MATLAB help

Here is a summary of what I am trying to do: Use MATLAB to compute the potential $V$ at any point $(x, y, z)$ in space due to a uniform ring of charge. Use a Riemann sum to compute the integral ...
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2D cross section from 3D surface

I am trying to apply the "restoring force surface" method to a dynamic linear system. The idea behind this method is that, knowing acceleration, displacement, velocity and input force it is possible ...
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Gnuplot: How can I determine the maxima of a fit function in gnuplot?

I have a set of data data.txt which can be fit to a Gaussian function, f(x). I want to determine the coordinates of the point of ...
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contour plot of cloud of points [closed]

I have a cloud of points scattered in a rectangle and some data in this points, a bit like this $$ x(:)=[x(1), x(2), ..., x(N)] \\ y(:)=[y(1), y(2), ..., y(N)] \\ u(:)=[u(1), u(2), ..., u(N)] $$ ...