For scilab plot2d is the native function used to plot 2d graphs. ‐‐> plot2d(x,y,style=3) plot2d command plot a graph of x verses y as you see.

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## Which command is used to plot the graph in Scilab?

For scilab plot2d is the native function used to plot 2d graphs. ‐‐> plot2d(x,y,style=3) plot2d command plot a graph of x verses y as you see.

**How do I plot multiple plots in Scilab?**

How to create a multiple y-axes plot in Scilab

- Define the x-axis and the functions.
- Plot the function y1(x).
- Plot the function y2(x).
- Plot the function y3(x).

### What is display and plot in Scilab?

Scilab can produce many types of 2D and 3D plots. It can create x-y plots with the plot function, contour plots with the contour function, 3D plots with the surf function, histograms with the histplot function and many other types of plots. The most commonly used plot functions are presented in ﬁgure 19.

**Can we have multiple 2D plots in Scilab?**

3.1 Overview. Scilab can produce many types of 2D and 3D plots. It can create x-y plots with the plot function, contour plots with the contour function, 3D plots with the surf function, histograms with the histplot function and many other types of plots.

#### What is plotting in Scilab?

Plotting Producing plots and graphics is a very common task for analysing data and creating reports. Scilab oﬀers many ways to create and customize various types of plots and charts. In this section, we present how to create 2D plots and contour plots. Then we customize the title and the legend of our graphics.

**How many types of plots can Scilab produce?**

3.1 Overview Scilab can produce many types of 2D and 3D plots. It can create x-y plots with the plot function, contour plots with the contour function, 3D plots with the surf function, histograms with the histplot function and many other types of plots. The most commonly used plot functions are presented in ﬁgure 19.

## How to plot the contour of a function in Scilab?

The Scilab function contour plots contours of a function f. The contour function has the following syntax • x (resp. y) is a row vector of x (resp. y) values with size n1 (resp. n2),

**How to plot two arrays of the same size in Scilab?**

Thus, if the function plusone adds 1.0 to its argument, then Once you have two arrays of the same size, you can plot one against the other via the plot command. There are a number of options to the plot command, which you can read by typing help plot in the Scilab Control Window.