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Plotting with Matlab

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  1. Feb 18, 2017 #1
    1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data

    I have a function :
    latex1.gif
    and I want to draw :
    intensity.png
    2. Relevant equations

    where T has values : 600, 800, 1000, 1100 And λ:(0,10*^-5] I have to use max function with two values and the solution must not consist of repeating four times of similar snippets of code, one for each curve.The image should be stylish. For example. so the texts may not cut curves, but neatly placed just above the maximum point.
    3. The attempt at a solution

    This is the way how I start :
    F=@(L,T) 3.7415E-16 ./((L.^5).*(exp(0.014 ./(L.*T))-1));
    T=[600, 800, 1000, 1100];
    L=0:10^-6:10^-5;
    [Lm Tm]=meshgrid(L,T);
    fm=F(Lm,Tm);
    plot(L,fm)
    hold on
    grid on
    [Y I]=max(fm);
    plot(L(I),Y,'*')
    And I get :
    https://se.mathworks.com/matlabcentral/answers/uploaded_files/70252/image1.bmp
    My question is how should I use text function in Matlab to write T for correspond curve
     
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  3. Feb 19, 2017 #2
    This how I could develop the code but I fail with one thing !

    clear all

    clc

    F=@(L,T) 3.7415E-16 ./((L.^5).*(exp(0.014 ./(L.*T))-1));

    T=[600 800 1000 1100];

    L=0:10^-7:10^-5;

    [Tm Lm]=meshgrid(T,L);

    fm=F(Lm,Tm);

    plot(L,fm)

    grid on

    [Y I]=max(fm);

    hold on

    plot(L(I),Y,'*')

    %text(L(I),Y,'T= ')

    hold on

    for i=1:1:4

    S=['T= ',num2str(T(i))]

    N = L(I)-1.E-7;

    G = Y+5.E8;
    text(N,G, S)
    end

    I get this image as result :

    https://se.mathworks.com/matlabcentral/answers/uploaded_files/70256/image2.bmp
     
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