# Mike on MATLAB GraphicsGraphics & Data Visualization

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# Computer Graphics Years

I loved the question that Steve recently asked on his blog about what your earliest computer experiences were. It brought back a lot of memories, but quickly turned into something that's too long for... 続きを読む >>

# The Five Tetrahedra

The dodecahedron is a particularly interesting polyhedron. It's full of interesting five-fold symmetries. Let's take a look at a couple of them.First we'll need the vertices. There's an interesting... 続きを読む >>

# FPLOT and Friends

Another new feature that I really like in R2016a is the upgraded fplot function and all of the new members of the fplot family.The fplot function has been around for a long time. The basic idea is... 続きを読む >>

# YYAxis

One of the features I love in R2016a is the new yyaxis function. This is a new way to create plots which have two independent Y's, like the older plotyy function. Let's take a look at how yyaxis... 続きを読む >>

# As the Wind Blows

As the Wind BlowsNOAA maintains a number of buoys that collect weather data, and they publish the data from them on their website.There are four of these buoys just outside Boston harbor. They are... 続きを読む >>

# Signed Distance Fields

Recently I heard from a MATLAB user who was trying to draw tubes along a curve using this blog post I wrote a while back. Unfortunately her curve was a bit more complex than the ones I used in that... 続きを読む >>

# On the Grid

One type of question that I'm often asked is about how to use various visualization techniques with what is sometimes called "scatter data". This is data that is a list of individual measurements.... 続きを読む >>

# Into the Mucube

Last time, when I was talking about permutohedra, we saw how truncated octahedra fill 3D space with no gaps. There are a number of shapes with this property, and they have the lovely old family name... 続きを読む >>

# Tiling Hexagons and Other Permutohedra

In earlier posts we've looked at tiling quadrilaterals and pentagons. So what about hexagons? I'm sure you've seen tilings of regular hexagons. They're popular in floor tiles and game tiles. Even... 続きを読む >>

# Polygon Interpolation

I recently answered a question on MATLAB Answers about how patch interpolates color data. This is a question I get a lot because it's a bit more complicated than you might expect. Let's take a close... 続きを読む >>

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