Nesting NDSolve, Manipulate and Plot functions

I have a system of differential equations that I'd like to solve for different values of a parameter. I am doing so, by

Manipulate[
NDSolve[{D[x[t], t] ==
c*(3 - 2)*(x[t])^2 y[t] - c*(y[t])^2 x[t] - 1*x[t] + 1*y[t],
D[y[t], t] ==
c*(3 - 2)*(y[t]) x[t] - c*(x[t])^2 y[t] - 1*y[t] + 1*x[t],
x == 0.2, y == 0.8}, {x, y}, {t, 0, 100}], {c, 0, 10}]

I then want to plot parametric plots of functions x and y, and plot the functions x and y vs t. For now, I am copying the output and feeding it into the respective plotting functions,

ParametricPlot[{InterpolatingFunction[], InterpolatingFunction[]}, {t, 0, 100}]
Plot[{InterpolatingFunction[], InterpolatingFunction[]}, {t, 0, 100}]

As a Mathematica novice, I was wondering if there is someway to nest these three operations, so that the output gives me the the interpolating functions, and the two plots, and then I can vary the parameter c.

• See ParametricNDSolve command. – Alx Aug 9 at 3:45
• So, you change your NDSolve to sol=ParametricNDSolve[...], then Manipulate[ Plot[Evaluate[{x[c][t], y[c][t]} /.sol], {t, 0, 100}, PlotRange -> All], {c, 0, 10}]. – Alx Aug 9 at 3:52 