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Topic: Plot vectors in polar coordinates
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Justin

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Re: Plot vectors in polar coordinates
Posted: Jun 28, 2008 10:23 AM
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Red Star <matteo.diplomacy@gmail.com> wrote in message
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> I have a field. I created that by [x,y]=meshgrid(..).
> I have a vector in polar coordinates u=[u_r u_az].
> I would plot my vector.
> In cartesian coordinates I'd use
> quiver(x,v,v_x,v_y)
> but I have a vector definied in polar coordinates now.
> I'd not change the coordinate system, because it could be

too
> laborious
> How can I do?
>
> Thanks


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