## How do I plot the ellipse and the function in MATLAB?

At any rate, I figured out how to plot both functions, because their format is nearly identical, and have included the code for the ellipse. In my experience, the best way to plot these functions was to use the fimplicit function in Matlab. To fully understand how it works, I strongly suggest typing help fimplicit into the command window.

**How do you rotate a second ellipsoid?**

Rotate the second ellipsoid by 45 degrees around its -axis. The new coordinates of the translated and rotated ellipsoid are stored in s.Xdata, s.Ydata, and s.Zdata. Display ellipsoids with center coordinates (0, 0, 0) and semiaxis lengths (2, 1, 1) with different number of faces.

**How do you make a filled ellipse in Python?**

To efficiently produce a “filled” ellipse using this code, use the returned handle: h=ellipse(ra,rb,ang,x0,y0,C,Nb); x=get(h,’Xdata’); y=get(h,’Ydata’); hold on; patch(x,y,’y’); hold off;

### How do I plot a function in MATLAB?

In my experience, the best way to plot these functions was to use the fimplicit function in Matlab. To fully understand how it works, I strongly suggest typing help fimplicit into the command window. From there, you can see the documentation and examples of how to plot functions like these.

**How do I rotate an ellipsoid in Matplotlib?**

If you want to rotate the plotted ellipsoid, you can use the ROTATE function. The following applies a rotation of 45 degrees around the y-axis: rotate (hMesh, [0 1 0], 45); You can then adjust the plot appearance to get the following figure:

**How do I create ellipsoid mesh points in MATLAB?**

First, MATLAB has a built-in function ELLIPSOID which generates a set of mesh points given the ellipsoid center and the semi-axis lengths. The following creates the matrices x, y, and z for an ellipsoid centered at the origin with semi-axis lengths of 4, 2, and 1 for the x, y, and z directions, respectively: