Here are some examples of graphs drawn by ANALYTICPIC:
marshall@math), who can give you a copy.
pderot3d, which is part of MATLAB's PDE toolbox.
If you have the PDE toolbox, this is pretty easy to work around: get a
tarred version of ANALYTICPIC (by clicking on the link below). When you
untar the file, you will find a text file called
which details some changes to make to
pderot3d. These changes
pderot3d work a little better for ANALYTICPIC.
If you don't have the PDE toolbox, you'll still be able to use ANALYTICPIC,
but without one of its more useful features: the ability to rotate the
graph using the mouse. If you want to do this, first get a tarred version
of ANALYTICPIC (by clicking on the link below). Then, in the file
drawgraph.m, either remove or comment out the following
if dp==0 pderot3d on; end
ANALYTICPIC should now work for you. You should even be able to change the
viewpoint of the graphs you get, albeit in a clumsy manner, by using
Currently, ANALYTICPIC has only been tested on Unix. It would be nice to know if it works on other platforms.
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