# Replace a syms command

3 ビュー (過去 30 日間)
Sarah Gomez 2022 年 2 月 11 日

clear;
clc;
syms 'j'
y1 = 7 .* (-0.2).*j.*cos(7.*j + 3);
y2 = 5 .* exp(-1.1).*j.*tan(3.*j - 1);
fplot(y1, [0 30]);
hold on;
fplot(y2, [0 30]);
title({'Graph'})
xlim([0 30]);
ylim([-6 6]);
xlabel('Time, t(s)');
ylabel('Amplitude y1, y2 (mm)');
legend('y1(t) = 63^(-0.2)tsin(7t+3)', 'y2(t) = 4e^(-0.1)tsin(3t-1)');
saveas(gcf, 'Graph.png');
I'm trying to replace the syms 'j' command with numerical values for x that would replace the j's in my functions. I can't seem to get the same graph with what I've tried.

サインインしてコメントする。

### 回答 (1 件)

Robert U 2022 年 2 月 11 日
Hi Sarah Gomez,
I am not quite sure whether I understood you question correctly, but removing the syms j command is not sufficient since "j" is pre-defined as imaginary unit.
If you want to get rid of the symbolic representation, you can use anonymous functions. That would allow you to keep the rest of the code.
Your legend does not represent your used formulae correctly, that is why you could have a look at func2str().
clear;
clc;
y1 =@(x) 7 .* (-0.2).*x.*cos(7.*x + 3);
y2 =@(x) 5 .* exp(-1.1).*x.*tan(3.*x - 1);
fplot(y1, [0 30]);
hold on;
fplot(y2, [0 30]);
title({'Graph'})
xlim([0 30]);
ylim([-6 6]);
xlabel('Time, t(s)');
ylabel('Amplitude y1, y2 (mm)');
legend(func2str(y1),...
func2str(y2),'FontSize',12);
Kind regards,
Robert

サインインしてコメントする。

### カテゴリ

Find more on Get Started with Symbolic Math Toolbox in Help Center and File Exchange

### Community Treasure Hunt

Find the treasures in MATLAB Central and discover how the community can help you!

Start Hunting!

Translated by