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Topic: Parametric List Plot??
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Alexei Boulbitch

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Re: Parametric List Plot??
Posted: May 15, 2012 4:54 AM
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Hi,
For some phase portraits I want to plot two lists of data in one plot
(x and y axis).
I found ParametricPlot for functions but need that parametric part
combined with ListPlot..?
Thanks in advance!

Hi,
To the best of my knowledge, there is no such a function. There is, however, a simple work around.
Say, for example, you need to solve this:

sol = NDSolve[{y''[t] == Sin[y[t]], y[0] == 1, y'[0] == 0},
y[t], {t, 0, 3 \[Pi]}][[1]]

{y[t] -> \!\(\*
TagBox[
RowBox[{"InterpolatingFunction", "[",
RowBox[{
RowBox[{"{",
RowBox[{"{",
RowBox[{"0.`", ",", "9.42477796076938`"}], "}"}], "}"}],
",", "\<\"<>\"\>"}], "]"}],
False,
Editable->False]\)[t]}

The result is the interpolation function. Now you need a numeric calculus package:

Needs["NumericalCalculus`"]

With this you easily find the numeric derivative, ND[ ], of the solution. Let us package it into a list
With the following structure {...{y[t],y'[t]}...}:

lst = Table[{y[t] /. sol /. t -> t1, ND[(y[t] /. sol), t, t1]}, {t1,
0, 2. \[Pi], 0.05}];

Here is your phase portrait:

ListPlot[lst]

Evaluate it.

Have fun, Alexei


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