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Array of Plots

Calling Sequence

plots[display](p, opts)

Parameters

p

-

a one- or two-dimensional Array of plots or an animation

opts

-

plotting options

Description

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The plots[display] command can be used to generate a tabular display of plots.

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The first argument, p, can be a one- or two-dimensional Array of plot structures created by any of Maple's plotting commands. The individual Array entries may be 2-D or 3-D plots, including animations.

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The first argument can also be an animation plot structure, created through the plots[animate] command. In this case, the frames of the animation are displayed in tabular form.

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The aligncolumns option, as described below, can be used to align the x-axes of 2-D plots in one or more columns of the Array.

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A limited number of other options may be passed to this command. Generally, global plot options (those that affect the overall plot rather than the individual plot elements), as described on the plot/options and plot3d/options help pages, may be given and are applied to each plot in the Array individually.

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The features described here are available with the Standard Worksheet Interface. See the plot/interface help page for details about differences in this feature with other user interfaces.

Examples

withplots:

Display two 2-D plots side-by-side.

A:=Array1..2:

A1:=plotsinx,x=π..π,axes=framed,labels=x,sinx:

A2:=plotcosx,x=π..π,axes=boxed,style=point:

displayA

Display the same two plots, but with normal axes and constrained scaling.

displayA,axes=normal,scaling=constrained

Display two 3-D plots in a column.

B:=Array1..2,1..1:

B1,1:=plot3d1.5xsiny,x=3..3,y=3..3:

B2,1:=plot3d1.3xsiny,x=1..2π,y=0..π,coords=spherical,style=patch:

displayB

Display the 2-D plots and the 3-D plots together.

displayArray1..2,1..2,A1,B1,1,A2,B2,1

Display the same plots, but with the 2-D plots having their horizontal axes aligned.

displayArray1..2,1..2,A1,B1,1,A2,B2,1,aligncolumns=1

Display the frames of an animation in a table.

p:=animateplot,tsinx,x=π..π,color=Indigo,view=π..π,4..4,scaling=constrained,t=4..4,frames=9:

displayp

See Also

plot/options, plot3d/options, plots/animate, plots/display


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