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Plotting complex Sine

I've got another plotting problem. I want to plot Sin[z] where z is complex. So, I've tried the following: ...
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Plotting complex numbers [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: Plotting an Argand Diagram How do I plot complex numbers in Mathematica? The following is a part of my data, the eigen values of a 50 by 50 asymmetric matrix: ...
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How can I plot the complex graph of $x^x$ in Mathematica?

For example, this Wolfram Alpha query shows this graph: But it does not show the code for plotting it in Mathematica. Plot[x^x, {x, -1, 1}] only plots the real ...
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Is this an error/bug with Plot Command? [duplicate]

I've tried doing: Plot[x^(2/3), {x, -10, 10}] and I get Which is wrong, since the cubic root can receive negative numbers. Also when I plot something ...
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Color Space issue with Graphics [duplicate]

When trying to code complex numbers into colors by e.g. using brightness as absolute value and hue as phase angle of a complex number (see one of the answers to the following question), I stumbled ...
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Plot cubic root which includes the negative graph [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: Finding real roots of negative numbers (for example, $\sqrt\[3\]{-8}$) Yes, I know there are other Threads which have similar questions and yes I read them but I am just not ...
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A question about ContourPlot

I already tried to ask this question, but it was unclear what I meant, so I will try to ask it again and explain it more carrefully. For example I will use a toy problem. Suppose we have equation: <...
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Plotting a Complex Valued Function

Suppose that a complex valued function f[z]=f[x+i y]=u[x,y]+i v[x,y]. I want to plot3d its real part by coloring it with respect to its imaginary part. For instance,...
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Polar color coding for complex function plots?

Having browsed this Q on plotting complex functions and the Zeta page, I don't see anything as nice as this plot from Matilde Marcolli's slides "Geometry and physics of numbers". Looks like ...
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How to plot a complex functions

I am new to mathematica. I am trying to plot a complex function, though my function is complicated one I am trying to start from a basic one. Suppose I have a function ...
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Plotting Zeros of a Complex Variable

I'm trying to plot the zeros within a certain distance from the origin using Mathematica of a given function (in my case, partial sums of the Zeta Function). I've tried plugging in simple functions, ...
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How to plot in the complex plane? [duplicate]

I am new to Mathematica and I would like to ask how to plot in the complex plane in general. Also, as an example, how do you plot $e^{i\theta}$ in Mathematica? In physics the function $e^{i\theta}$ is ...
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How to plot imaginary part of a function

I need to plot the cube root of x in mathematica, but the plot shows me only the real part. I want it to look like wolframalpha plot with both real and imaginary parts of the function. Is it possible ...
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Plotting a function of one variable in a 3d dimensional complex space

I would like to plot graphs of functions like this: $ f(x)=x^2 +1 $ But in a tridimensional complex space. It should look like this: I am not sure if this has been asked before (Plotting Complex ...
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How can I plot a result of Laplace Transform? [duplicate]

Is it possible to Plot the output of LaplaceTransform with Mathematica? Obviously when I apply ...
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