Adding Linestyle to ezplot in Matlab

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Teoman Selcuk
Teoman Selcuk 2021년 10월 31일
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I want to a dashed -- linestyle for the plotting of the d function. How would i be able to do that and add it to the code?
Code:
syms x
f = inline('x.^2*exp(-x)', 'x');
d = inline('x.^3', 'x')
ezplot(f, [0 10]); hold on
ezplot(d, [0 10])
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Walter Roberson
Walter Roberson 2021년 10월 31일
Why are you using inline() ? inline() has been recommended against since MATLAB R13 (and I do not mean R2013a -- I mean before MATLAB starting numbering by year.)
Why are you using ezplot() instead of fplot() ? Are you using a version of MATLAB from before R2011b, before fplot() ??
You use syms but you do not do anything symbolic. inline() does not use symbolic variables.
You included MATLAB Compiler in your Products, but syms can never be compiled.

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KSSV
KSSV 2021년 10월 31일
x = linspace(0,10) ;
y1 = x.^2.*exp(x) ;
y2 = x.^3 ;
plot(x,y1,'r',x,y2,'b')
Read about plot you can use your desired line style and marker.

VBBV
VBBV 2021년 10월 31일
편집: VBBV 2021년 10월 31일
syms x
f = inline('x.^2*exp(-x)', 'x');
d = inline('x.^3', 'x');
ezplot(f, [0 10]); hold on
L = ezplot(d, [0 10]);
L.LineStyle = '--';
Matlab does not recommend ezplot. Instead use fplot or plot functions. If you are using older versions of Matlab, then you can access its Line properties to add linstyles of your choice.

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