R is a statistical plotting language, similar to Matlab. It’s not very user-friendly though, especially when you try to use it for the first time. In my class, I needed to plot two functions in the same graph, for Voltage and Current through an RL circuit. Here is what I used in order to accomplish that:

*> t = seq(-2*pi,2*pi, length=1000)*

*> f = 4*cos(2*t)*

*> g = 0.398*cos(2*t-1.466)*

*> plot(c(t,t), c(f,g), type=”n”, xlab=”t”, ylab=”y”)*

*> lines(t,g, col=”red”)*

*> lines(t,f, col=”blue”,lty=2)*

*> legend(-2.636377,3.731795,”y=0.398cos2t-84″,lty=1,col=”red”)*

*> legend(-2.636377,4.264303, “y=4cos2t”,lty=2,col=”blue”)*

The result I got was

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