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ParametricPlot   (Built-in Mathematica Symbol)
ParametricPlot[{f_x, f_y}, {u, u_min, u_max}] generates a parametric plot of a curve with x and y coordinates f_x and f_y as a function of u. ParametricPlot[{{f_x, f_y}, ...
Parametric Plots   (Mathematica Tutorial)
"Basic Plotting" describes how to plot curves in Mathematica in which you give the y coordinate of each point as a function of the x coordinate. You can also use Mathematica ...
New in 6.0: Function Visualization   (Mathematica Guide)
Bringing together Mathematica's powerful capabilities in numerics, algebraic computation and now also geometric computation, Version 6.0 took the state of the art for ...
The Structure of Graphics   (Mathematica Tutorial)
"Graphics and Sound" discusses how to use functions like Plot and ListPlot to plot graphs of functions and data. This tutorial discusses how Mathematica represents such ...
Graphics`ComplexMap`   (Mathematica Compatibility Information)
The new two-parameter form of ParametricPlot now provides the functionality of Graphics`ComplexMap`.
Plot Parametric Functions   (Mathematica How To)
Mathematica can plot parametric functions in both two and three dimensions. Use a parametric plot when you can express the x and y or x , y , and z coordinates at each point ...
Create Plots   (Mathematica How To)
Mathematica 's state-of-the-art visualization capabilities allow you to create high-impact 2D and 3D plots of functions and data. These "How tos" give step-by-step ...
AspectRatio   (Built-in Mathematica Symbol)
AspectRatio is an option for Graphics and related functions that specifies the ratio of height to width for a plot.
Functions of Complex Variables   (Mathematica Guide)
Mathematica transparently works with complex variables throughout, not only numerically, but also symbolically—often relying on original results to handle intricate branch ...
Plot Functions of One Variable   (Mathematica How To)
Mathematica offers multiple ways of plotting functions of one variable. These include ordinary plots, log plots, parametric plots, and polar plots.
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