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Topic: creating an animation
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Paul Skoczylas

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creating an animation
Posted: Apr 14, 1997 12:17 PM
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I have access to Matlab 4.2 (a or c, depending on which platform I use).
The toolboxes I have access to are: Control System, System
Identification, Optimization Toolbox, Signal Processing, and Symbolic
Math. I think I might be able to get access to the Statistics toolbox
as well.

What I need to do using the above software is create an animation that
can be viewed by anyone with a Quick Time or MPEG viewer. I have a
series of plots, and can use the "movie" command to create an animation
within Matlab, but I want a portable file.

What is the best (low-cost) way to achieve this goal? I don't mind
downloading shareware or anything from the MathWorks ftp site, if that
will help, but I can't afford to buy a toolbox (or Matlab 5).

Thanks!

-Paul





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