Plot an Expression
There are several ways to plot an expression in Maple.
Using Interactive Plot BuilderDragging Maple Output onto a Smart Plot RegionUsing MenusUsing Maple Commands
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From the Tools menu, select Assistants, and then Plot Builder.
Creating Plots with Plot Builder
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Drag Maple output onto a smart plot region.
Drag a Curve or Surface
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Use the context menu to plot an expression without having to remember or use the Maple command syntax.
Use Context Menus for Plots
Use the Plot menu and the plotting toolbars.
Overview of Plot Menu
Toolbar for 2-D Plots
Toolbar for 3-D Plots
Overview of Animation Menu
Toolbar for Animations
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Enter a Maple command to plot an expression in a standard plot.
plot
plot3d
plot/options
plot3d/option
plots
See AlsoModify the Appearance of Three-Dimensional PlotsModify the Appearance of Two-Dimensional Plots