Here are some examples of graphs drawn by ANALYTICPIC:

- If you are in the Math Department at the University of Washington,
contact Don Marshall (
`marshall@math`

), who can give you a copy. - If you aren't in the Math Department at UW, there's a bit of a hitch:
ANALYTICPIC makes use of a program called
`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

`pdechanges.txt`

, which details some changes to make to`pderot3d`

. These changes make`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 line:`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 MATLAB's

`view`

command.

Currently, ANALYTICPIC has only been tested on Unix. It would be nice to know if it works on other platforms.

If you have any comments, suggestions, bug reports, or good examples, please send them to Paul Moorehead

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Last Updated: Sept. 27th, 1996