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How can I plot a vector (not necessarily starting from the origin of axis) and see it turning ? When I say a VECTOR I MEAN AN ARROW ! not a simple point! I hope to be able to see an animation of an arrow that turns around a custom defined point.

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How can I plot a patch for each row in matrix... Learn more about plot vector patch

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Matlab decided to use the symbols ".*" to do this. In fact, you can put a period in front of any math symbol to tell Matlab that you want the operation to take place on each entry of the vector. >> v.*b ans = 2 8 18 >> v./b ans = 0.5000 0.5000 0.5000 Now let’s work with a large vector, and let’s use more fancy functions (If you pass a vector to

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You can visualize a vector field by plotting vectors on a regular grid, by plotting a selection of streamlines, or by using a gradient color scheme to illustrate vector and streamline densities. You can also plot a vector field from a list of vectors as opposed to a mapping. Use VectorPlot to plot vectors in a vector field given by a mapping ...

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I would like to add arrows to a plot of a line in Matlab to illustrate flow. The arrows would ideally be on the line pointing in the direction of the line.

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