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## integrating functions of more than one variable

**From**: |
marco |

**Subject**: |
integrating functions of more than one variable |

**Date**: |
Sun, 30 Oct 2005 23:05:36 -0500 |

**User-agent**: |
Mutt/1.4.2i |

Hi all,
I've succesfully integrated a function k(x,z) by using
the "global" trick e.g.:
global z = 1.5;
global a = -pi/2;
function r = k(x)
global z;
r = 2*sin(x).*sqrt((z + sin(x)));
endfunction
function [r, stat, iter, err] = L(b)
global a;
[r, stat, iter, err] = quad("k", a, b);
endfunction
I later make a plot of "L" as a function of the upper limit
"b" (with z constant).
However, I would like now to make a 3d plot of L as a function
of both "b" and "z" (say, by making two nested loops, one
over "b" and the other one over "z" e.g. "for z_i = z_vec").
Unfortunately, I'm stuck. I've tried the "global" trick by
running "clear z" and re-declaring "global z = z_i" in the
loop but you can only declare a global once. Any ideas on how
I could go about this? I'm running octave 2.1.71.
Thank you!
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**integrating functions of more than one variable**,
*marco* **<=**