Introduction to handle graphics, MATLAB Programming

In this lab, we implement vectors, script and functions with plot. Plot function is used to plot the point into graph. These plots are handled by handle (h).  These handle is used to design the graph as user specified. We can set the legend, color, and marker of the graphics

For example:

h=plot(x,y) ;

The variable h is a "handle" to the properties of the plot.

set(h,'color','r') ;

Set thecolorof the line as read.

We studied more commands related to graphics and also analyze the Wind Force (½mv2) vs Wind Speed (½Cd p V2wind A).

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Figure: Comparison between Wind Force and Wind Speed

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