Creating a surface plot is an easy task for iMathlab. Using two vectors as the axes and a matrix as the surface mesh you can visualize your surface via the command surf(x,y,z) where x and y are vectors and z is a matrix.
A histogram with the default 10 bins, or user-defined bins is created via the command hist(x), or with the user defined bin vector b, hist(x,b).
A simple 2-D plot of a decaying exponential (code can be seen in the next slide). The call is as simple as plot(x,y).
The code snippet used to generate the previously seen 2-D plotting example. Here a sample vector t is created and then we plot the decaying exponential.
iMathlab is simple to use with an intuitive user interface. Start coding, start from one of your saved programs, lookup a function, or flip through the help pages.
An interpreter, iMathlab provides a number of basic functionality for matrix manipulation and solving linear problems.