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Hey all - this is my first post on the forum but I've browsed for help for a really long time on other topics. Any help would be greatly appreciated!

So I have a function, called stability.m that takes in two independent variables, say x and y, as input and outputs either a 1 or a 0 for each pairing of x and y. I would like to set up a plot as x versus y that plots each pairing as a colored dot (simply all 1's = black and all 0's = red, for instance). I would more or less rather like a grid/matrix so I can easily see what each possible pairing would represent for broad ranges of x and y (IE, x and y = 1x100 vectors).

I was wondering if this is even possible. I have read through tons of tutorials regarding mesh plots, scatter plots, etc and have found most to say that functions of two variables can only be plotted on a 3d graph. Is this true?

Thanks for the help

- etothex

So I have a function, called stability.m that takes in two independent variables, say x and y, as input and outputs either a 1 or a 0 for each pairing of x and y. I would like to set up a plot as x versus y that plots each pairing as a colored dot (simply all 1's = black and all 0's = red, for instance). I would more or less rather like a grid/matrix so I can easily see what each possible pairing would represent for broad ranges of x and y (IE, x and y = 1x100 vectors).

I was wondering if this is even possible. I have read through tons of tutorials regarding mesh plots, scatter plots, etc and have found most to say that functions of two variables can only be plotted on a 3d graph. Is this true?

Thanks for the help

- etothex

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