To demonstrate and perform POC's for some of the things that I learnt, I wrote a snippet of Octave script. The following is a very simple script to understand how to execute Octave script files and plot subplots.

Following are some of the things to keep in mind:

1. Octave scripts have a extension of ".m". ie. a script/function file named myScript has to be saved with "myScript.r"

2. We need to change the directrory to the path at which the script resides. We can use pwd,cd to perform this navigation.

3. In order to add any directory containing the script in Ocatve search path, we can perform the below operation.. After doing so, we can execute all the script files in the folder from any other folder.

eg:addpath(genpath("C:\Users\sesa398967\Documents\MyLearnings"));

The plot function in Octave is used to plot graphs on XY axis in Octave. Similarly subplotis an extention to plot function to plot further smaller graphs inside the same window.

**Below is the octave snippet:**

*#declare a vector of 100 elements*

a=[1:0.5:50];

#get a graph of 3*2 subplots and plot sin(a) function

subplot(3,2,1);

plot(sin(a));

title("Sin function for a");

legend("sin a");

#plot cos(a) function

subplot(3,2,2);

plot(cos(a));

title("Cos function for a");

legend("cos a");

#plot tan(a) function

subplot(3,2,3);

plot(tan(a));

title("Tan function for a");

legend("tan a");

#plot cot(a) function

subplot(3,2,4);

plot(cot(a));

title("Cot function for a");

legend("cot a");

#plot sec(a) function

subplot(3,2,5);

plot(sec(a));

title("Sec function for a");

legend("sec a");

#plot cot(a) function

subplot(3,2,6);

plot(csc(a));

title("Cosec function for a");

legend("cosec a");

#bye

a=[1:0.5:50];

#get a graph of 3*2 subplots and plot sin(a) function

subplot(3,2,1);

plot(sin(a));

title("Sin function for a");

legend("sin a");

#plot cos(a) function

subplot(3,2,2);

plot(cos(a));

title("Cos function for a");

legend("cos a");

#plot tan(a) function

subplot(3,2,3);

plot(tan(a));

title("Tan function for a");

legend("tan a");

#plot cot(a) function

subplot(3,2,4);

plot(cot(a));

title("Cot function for a");

legend("cot a");

#plot sec(a) function

subplot(3,2,5);

plot(sec(a));

title("Sec function for a");

legend("sec a");

#plot cot(a) function

subplot(3,2,6);

plot(csc(a));

title("Cosec function for a");

legend("cosec a");

#bye

**How to run this script:**

1. Save the above script to a text file with extension .m

eg.mysubplot.r

2. In the Ocatave terminal navigate to the directory in which the file resides.

3. Execute the script as by calling its name from the terminal.

eg: >> mysubplot

**Output of the subplot script:**

subplot function in Ocatve - www.ivishal.me [click on the image to enlarge] |