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How to display graphically

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lech king
lech king on 22 Nov 2020
Commented: Nora Khaled on 23 Nov 2020
Hello
I want the conditions of an issue to be graphically displayed at each step of the program. For example, in the case of a River crossing puzzle, I want to show which people (variables) are on which side of the river at each step.
Thanks

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KSSV
KSSV on 22 Nov 2020
What data you have? You can display that using plot with some markers color depending on people are on which side.
lech king
lech king on 22 Nov 2020
In this case we have eight people
I considered each side an 1*8 representation
We move people according to the input received from the user
For example, if the first 2 people go from left to right, the situation will be left
001111111
The position will be on the right
11000000
How can I graphically show this situation now?

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Nora Khaled
Nora Khaled on 22 Nov 2020
Edited: Nora Khaled on 22 Nov 2020
not sure this is what you had in mind ...
%Environment
envSize=4;
figure;
x=-envSize:0.1:envSize;
y=.5*sin(x);
plot(y,x,'lineWidth',10)
axis([-envSize envSize -envSize envSize]);
hold on;
%Input
left=[0 0 1 1 1 1 1];
right= [1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0];
% number of ppl
nL=sum(left);
nR=sum(right);
%random position for ppl
maxX=envSize-1;
minX=2*max(y);
maxY=envSize-1;
minY=-(envSize-1);
pL = [-(minX + (maxX-minX) .* rand(nL,1)), (minY + (maxY-minY) .* rand(nL,1))]
pR = [(minX + (maxX-minX) .* rand(nR,1)) , (minY + (maxY-minY) .* rand(nR,1))]
% plot
scatter(pL(:,1),pL(:,2),'filled','SizeData',200)
alpha(.5)
scatter(pR(:,1),pR(:,2),'filled','SizeData',200)
alpha(.5)
the output looks like this

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Nora Khaled
Nora Khaled on 23 Nov 2020
Yes
shapes=['o' '+' 's' 'd' '.' '>' 'x' '*' '^'];
for i=1:1:nL
scatter(pL(i,1),pL(i,2),shapes(i),'SizeData',200)
alpha(.5)
end
for i=1:1:nR
scatter(pR(i,1),pR(i,2),shapes(i+nL),'SizeData',200)
alpha(.5)
end
However, in this case you can not use the property filled.
you can see all shapes avalible here:
lech king
lech king on 23 Nov 2020
That's it
Thank you very much for your kindness
Nora Khaled
Nora Khaled on 23 Nov 2020
Sorry, I just realized... this just control the shape of the plot but does not mean that if a circle person moved from the left to the right that person will remain a circle.
If you want to assosiated the shape with the person... try this
shapes=['o' '+' 's' 'd' '.' '>' 'x' '*' '^'];
leftcounter=1;
rightcounter=1;
for i=1:1:nL+nR
if left(i) ==1
scatter(pL(leftcounter,1),pL(leftcounter,2),shapes(i),'SizeData',200)
alpha(.5)
leftcounter=leftcounter+1;
else
scatter(pR(rightcounter,1),pR(rightcounter,2),shapes(i),'SizeData',200)
alpha(.5)
rightcounter=rightcounter+1;
end
end
hope it helps.

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