Install the app into MATLAB and use. Requires basic knowledge of dynamical systems to use and interpret results.
Link to documentation: https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1152DOOwuD15LD_EzwgH3XpRv08BDNzFc?usp=sharing
Chapter 2 provides a quick overview of the theoretical background.
Chapter 3 contains the user guide and description of features.
Chapter 4 provides some real life examples and phase portraits generated using the app.
The app works with limited functionality for versions preceding R2020b. For versions prior to R2020b, mouse click interactions with the plots (adding trajectories and guessing solutions) do not work. All other functionality is retained.
Shoutout to Ameer Hamza and John D'Errico for their witty answers on MATLAB Answers!
Do comment to share suggestions/bugs and feedback etc. Don't forget to give a positive rating if the app helped you out and would like the app to be discovered by other users!
Mohit Kumar (2024). Phase Portrait Plotter (https://www.mathworks.com/matlabcentral/fileexchange/81026-phase-portrait-plotter), MATLAB Central File Exchange. Retrieved .
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- Added close button
Added a semicolon that was generating stray output in the command window
Added feature to edit plot axes, title, font size after plotting.
Corrected the erroneous change of name from 'Phase Portrait Plotter_v1_16' to 'Phase Portrait Plotter'
Improved functionality with previous versions of MATLAB. Prevents crashes due to compatibility issues on older versions of MATLAB.
Changed title back to 'Phase Portrait Plotter' after having erroneously renamed it to Phase_Portrait_Plotter_v1
Changed thumbnail from an erroneous one of version 1.12
Fixed bug causing app to crash. Simply renamed the main file seems to have solved it.
Fixed documentation link
- Added provision to toggle display of fixed points