# ellipseCoord

Below is a demonstration of the features of the `ellipseCoord` function

## Contents

```
clear; close all; clc;
```

## Syntax

`[V]=ellipseCoord(A,t);`

## Description

Calculates ellipse coordinates for the angles in t based on the vector A which defines the centre coordinates, the radii and the angle respectively.

## Examples

%Define example input data %Angles t=linspace(0,2*pi); %Centre coordinates xc=2; yc=2; %Radii r1=1; r2=2; %Orientation angle a=0.25*pi; %Compose A A=[xc yc r1 r2 a]; %Compute ellipse coordinates V=ellipseCoord(A,t);

Visualize ellipse

cFigure; plotV(V,'r.-','MarkerSize',25,'LineWidth',3); axisGeom; view(2); drawnow;

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