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circus() - just a simple circle function to generate circle info for plotting

version 1.1.0.0 (1.87 KB) by Brad
give circus a radius and it returns circumference coordinates to plot

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Updated 05 Feb 2014

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CIRCUS

[xp yp] = circus(r)
[xp yp] = circus(r,xc,yc)
[xp yp zp] = circus(r,xc,yc,zc)

Description

[xp yp] = circus(r) takes a radius 'r' and returns vectors xp and yp corresponding to the x,y boundary points of a circle centered at 0

[xp yp] = circus(r,xc,yc) takes a radius 'r' and the x,y coordinate-center positions 'xc' and 'yc' and returns vectors xp and yp corresponding to the x,y boundary points of a circle centered at xc,yc

[xp yp zp] = circus(r,xc,yc,zc) same as circus(r,xc,yc) and includes z-axis coordinates

Cite As

Brad (2020). circus() - just a simple circle function to generate circle info for plotting (https://www.mathworks.com/matlabcentral/fileexchange/45399-circus-just-a-simple-circle-function-to-generate-circle-info-for-plotting), MATLAB Central File Exchange. Retrieved .

Comments and Ratings (1)

can you plot it in a triangular plane with x,y and z intercepts as a,b and c respectively.??

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1.1.0.0

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MATLAB Release Compatibility
Created with R2012b
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