In a literary work, film, story or other narrative, the plot is the sequence of events where each affects the next one through the principle of cause-and-effect. The causal events of a plot can be thought of as a series of events linked by the connector "and so". Plots can vary from the simple—such as in a traditional ballad—to forming complex interwoven structures, with each part sometimes referred to as a subplot or imbroglio. In common usage (for example, a "movie plot"), however, it can mean a narrative summary or story synopsis, rather than a specific cause-and-effect sequence.
Plot is similar in meaning to the term storyline. In the narrative sense, the term highlights important points which have consequences within the story, according to Ansen Dibell. The term plot can also serve as a verb, referring to the writer's crafting of a plot (devising and ordering story events) or to a character's planning future actions in the story.
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I plotted the Parton distribution functions in Mathematica. Now I want to compare the graphs drawn with the graphs of other groups(xu and xd). How should I do this?
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I have made the following ContourPlot in mathematica and now I wanted to ##\vec{r}_1= \left(\begin{array}{c} -1 \\ 1 \end{array}\right)##, ##\vec{r}_2= \left(\begin{array}{c} 0 \\ \sqrt{2} \end{array}\right)## and ##\vec{r}_3= \left(\begin{array}{c} 1 \\ 1 \end{array}\right)## insert the...
There is heating of the surface of the material using an electron beam. It is necessary to calculate how much heat will be released and build a graph of dependence. Please tell me how this can be done, which modules in COMSOL can be used?Thank you!
Desired output similar to image, but without the objects and with better wave interference:
I tried plugging the following into wolfram (I specifically want the values to be adjustable):
plot z= H*e^(-m*sqrt((x-a)^2+(y-b)^2))*sin(k*(x-a)+k*(y-b) -w*t) +...
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I'm really new to MCNP here and I'm "playing" around trying to understand what is going on.
I'd like to plot my tallies (F2, F4 and F6). Is there any tool (e.g. python or matlab package) you recommend?
I know that the internal plot MCPLOT is available but I'm wondering how you...
I have plotted the function for ##T=15## and ##\tau=T/30## below with the following code in Python:
import numpy as np
import matplotlib.pyplot as plt
def p(t,T,tau):
n=np.floor(t/T)
t=t-n*T
if t<(2*np.pi*tau):
p=np.sin(t/tau)
else:
p=0
return p...
An answer posted here...
https://mathematica.stackexchange.com/questions/19859/plot-extract-data-to-a-file
... says you can extract the data from a Plot by doing this:
data = Cases[Plot[Sin@x, {x, 0, 2 Pi}], Line[data_] :> data, -4, 1][[1]];
Having looked at the doc page on Cases, I can't...
Hello I have a questions about the exclusions plots in the paper using King plot nonlinearities (for example Fig. 1 in this paper, but it's basically the same plot in all papers). Why is there a lower limit for the mass of the boson, usually around 1-10 eV? There are many theories predicting...
Hi PF!
Here looking at the first answer are two awesome examples of a vibrating membrane plotted from a top view. I can create the first example via
fXYZ =
{Cos[\[Theta]] Csc[\[Pi]/180] Sin[s Sin[\[Pi]/180]] -
0.001 Cos[\[Theta]] Cos[2 \[Theta]] Sin[
s Sin[\[Pi]/
180]] (10.7721 (0...
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I have a function ##f(s,\theta) = r(s,\theta)\hat r + t(s,\theta)\hat \theta + z(s,\theta)\hat z##. How can I plot such a thing in Mathematica? Surely there's an easier way than decomposing ##\hat r, \hat \theta## into their ##\hat x,\hat y## components and then using ParametricPlot3D?
I am studying a flow going through an orifice.
I am aimed at overlapping the plots for the speed distribution over the vertical width profile (which is 0.015 m long; highlighted in red) for two downstream, horizontal distances [w.r.t. the orifice]: 0.01 m and 0.03 m.
The result should look...
Desmos.com is a great online graphing utility which I'm sure is familiar to many PF users. I wanted to experiment with the Newton-Raphson method using it so chose solution of cubic graphs as an example. The graph shows a variable cubic on which all turning points and intercepts are calculated...
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For my story about the generation ship “Exodus”, I “need” different kinds of cosmic disasters. Some of them actually occur within the story itself; for others, it will just be the impending danger of such a disaster that motivates people’s actions.1) There needs to be a reason for why...
Hi, I am currently doing a kinetic study on an enzyme catalysed reaction and plotting the Arrhenius graph I got a parabola. My idea is to take the derivative at each point, meaning there would be different activation energies depending on the temperature, guessing it is due to enzymes dependency...
I am trying to make a Kurie plot for Sr-90 data collected. I have my data in counts per energy value, and I know the length of time that the measurement was taken for. How do I compute the y-axis values to produce a Kurie plot? Most of what I have read involves momentum; is there a way to get it...
Using analog discovery 2 kit and the bode plot produced by the network analyzer is off. The scope looks fine and everything is behaving how it should except for the bode plot. The magnitude of the bode plot will start at the correct dB then right before tapering off it shoots up a few dB and...
This discussion https://community.wolfram.com/groups/-/m/t/1340126 includes some ideas to unwrap a list of wrapped-around values such as phase (e.g. Arg[ f[N] ] ). You can use this to ListPlot a jump-free graph.
I'm trying to adapt this to work in Plot rather than ListPlot. The idea is to plot...
I am extremely confused as how to go about this, any help would be greatly appreciated!
The signals are:
a) 𝑠(𝑛1, 𝑛2) = 𝑢(𝑛1, 𝑛2)𝑢(𝑛1, 𝑛2 + 2)
b) 𝑠(𝑛1, 𝑛2) = 𝛿(𝑛1 − 𝑛2 + 1)
According to this article https://journals.lww.com/anesthesia-analgesia/subjects/Chinese%20Language%20Articles/Fulltext/2016/08000/The_Accuracy_of_6_Inexpensive_Pulse_Oximeters_Not.9.aspx, it said "In one subject for oximeters 3 and 6, the device appeared to have locked onto a saturation value...
I've had an oil sample analysed by 2 separate labs; one of the labs came back with the analysis stating large amount of contamination with element X (sorry, I won't prejudice any responses with the element name for now). Unfortunately one lab used transmission FTIR and the other used absorbtion...
Hi everyone, recently I was working out an elasto-plastic model to make some residual stress predictions: see it here.
Recently I got some real tensile tests results from a lab, therefore I would like to extract a better stress-strain curve to plug into my elasto-plastic model using the...
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I am currently working with Matlab. I have a 2D gaussian kernel constructed using the muKL technique (first attached figure). I want to use it to generate realizations of a gaussian random process using the KL theorem. For that, I obtain then all eigenvectors and eigenvalues of...
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When you have a beta decay you get the typical continuos spectrum representing counts against the kinetic energy of the electron. But what's the shape and how I get the spectrum of the kinetic energy of the neutrinos?
Thanks
Hi,
I have the following function, which is computed by: (x+n)/(x+y+n+m),
where x, y are real numbers
n, m are natural numbers
What techniques I can use to smooth the function preventing it to jump up or down at an early stage.
I would appreciate your suggestion.
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Given the equation ##\frac{xy} 3##. It is a fact that the gradient vector function is always perpendicular to the contour graph of the origional function. However it is not so evident in the plot above. Any thought will be appreciated.
hey everyone . I want to plot a Grade 4 equation in MATLAB. but don't know how to do. Can anyone guide me?
equation : f = 1.47*(x^4)-10^7*(x)+58.92*(10^6)
I know the steps of box and whisker plot, but when should I use it? how can I classify its problems?, what is the difference between it and other statistical methods?
function Asteroid_Mining
clc
%Initial conditions
g0 = 9.81; %gravity (m/s^2)
p = 1.225; %atmospheric density at sea level (kg/m3)
Re = 6378; %radius of Earth (km)
Ra = 7.431e7; %distance of Bennu from Earth in (km) [August 2023]
G = 6.674e-11/1e9; % Gravitational constant (km3/kg.s2)
mu =...
Hi. can you help me to plot orbit around Earth with sphere in MATLAB?
I wrote the code that plot 3D orbit but without earth.
the code:
clear all
close all
clc
R=6371e+3;
r0=3e+5;
p0=[R+r0;0;0;0;10000;0];
[t,p]=ode45(@sattelite,[0,12000],p0);
xout=p(:,1);
yout=p(:,2);
zout=p(:,3);
vx=p(:,4)...
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I am trying to plot my mesh tally with no success.
Try it on vised (no tally no plot) and on promt (see photo)...
if anyone can give an insight is highly appreciated.
tks
Carla
ok we are supposed to go to here
Find 3 different matrices that reflect the following transformations, report the matrix, the determinant, and the eigenvalues.
1. Rotation by $\dfrac{\pi}{4}$
2. Shear along $x$ by a factor of $k$
3. Reflection by the line $\theta$
there are some more but the...
I made a histogram based off a dataset and I calculated the uncertainty of the measurements and I included the error bars into my histogram. Is that okay? I am asking because I never seen error bars included with a histogram. I have included an image of my histogram below:
I want my graph to display the tick values along the x-axis, instead of the index number.
Because I use linspace, my data goes from 0 to 1, but my index ranges from 1 to 1000.
My plot labels the x-axis from 1 to 1000, by default. I want to change the default (or just program it) to display 0 to...
I know the procedure to construct Nyquist plot and check the stability of the given system. But I am a bit confused about the concept of encirclement in the argument principle.
Consider the following figure.
This is the Nyquist plot for the given open loop transfer function.
The Nyquist contour...
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EDIT: apologies for any ambiguity, but this is for DISCRETE systems, not analogue like the problem states.
I was attempting a problem which is shown below
.
I am not really sure how to attempt this problem, but here is my attempt. Are there general methods for tackling these types of...
%Debeye theory Heat Capacity of Copper
%Garcia Problem 10.16
%Find molar heat capacity from 0-1083K (melting point of Cu)
k = 1.38064852e-23; %Boltzmann's constant
N = 6.02214e23; %Avagadro's number (atoms per mol)
T = 0:1083 ; %Initialize Temp at 0K-1083K
theta = 309; %Debeye temp of Cu (K)...
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Can anyone help with this? I understand what the bode plots should look like but I am not sure how to produce a plot in excel for them without any values
The transfer functions are:
Vout/Vin = 1/(SQRT(1+(ω/ωc)^2)
and
Vout/Vin = -G/(1+j(ω/ωc))
As both are first order filters they will have...
I am have couple of datas and when I plot them I am running out of linestyles. I have found couple of **parametrized linestyles** in this site, but somehow I cannot implement them.
https://matplotlib.org/3.3.1/gallery/lines_bars_and_markers/linestyles.html
Can someone show me what should I do...
Summary:: Hello
Got the following plot (please see below), and am trying to figure out the phenomena behind it (plot behaviour)
What do you guys think?
It's a DC Generator to be calibrated. On the x axis: the ratio between the power of the generator / nominal power of the generator, while on...
The exercise is 2.37 in the book, Exploring Statistics: A modern introduction to data analysis and inference by Larry J. Kitchens 2nd editions.
The data is the following:
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Hello! In the attached plot, we have the Majorana mass as a function of the lightest neutrino for the normal (m1<m2<m3) and inverted (m3<m1<m2) hierarchy. Plugging in the values from the PMNS matrix in the formula for Majorana mass, I get something of the form: ##m_{\beta\beta} =...
Consider the following function:
$$f(x) = \begin{cases}
1 & \text{when} & -\pi<x<0\\
0 & \text{when} & 0<x<\pi
\end{cases}$$
Beyond ##-\pi## and ##\pi##, the function just repeats itself; it is periodic.
I want to plot this function for values beyond ##-\pi## and ##\pi##. The graph should look...
I attached a file with some explanations of the variables in the code and the plot that I should get. I don't know what is wrong. Any help will appreciated.
from scipy.integrate import quad
import numpy as np
from scipy.special import gamma as gamma_function
from scipy.constants import e...
This is the code line that i used to generate the following graphs
ParametricPlot3D[{{1 + Cos[t], Sin[t],
2*Sin[t/2]}, {2 *Cos[t]*Sin[\[Phi]], 2*Sin[t]*Sin[\[Phi]],
2*Cos[\[Phi]]}}, {t, 0, 2 \[Pi]}, {\[Phi], 0, \[Pi]/2},
PlotStyle -> {Directive[Green, Thickness[0.025]], Yellow}...
I think that if we plot an inertial frame in the XY axis separated 90º, the photon, which has a velocity of c, should be put on one of the branches of the light cone. The questions are:
Which branch, left or right one?
Which position along the branch, if I don't know the distance it has...