Two-Dimensional Graphics. Statistics Graphics and Curves in Explicit, Parametric and Polar Coordinates
MATLAB allows the representation of any mathematical function, even if it is defined piecewise or jumps to infinity in its field of definition. MATLAB makes graphs of planar (two-dimensional) curves and surfaces (three-dimensional), groups them and can overlap them. You can combine colors, grids, frames, etc., in the graphics. MATLAB allows representations of functions in implicit, explicit and parametric coordinates, and is without a doubt mathematical software with high graphics performance. One of their differences with the rest of the symbolic calculation packages is that “animations” can be generated by combining different graphics with slight variations from each other displayed quickly in succession, to give the impression of movement generated from graphs similarly to moving pictures and cartoons.