How can i draw the phase portrait in my code for 3 non-linear coupled ODEs in 3D plane

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function SC1C2
clear
clc
clf
close all
%==== parameters =====
k1 = 1.5;
k_1 = 0.5;
k2 = 1;
k3 = 2;
k_3 = 1;
k4 = 3;
%======Initial conditions =====
initialx = 4;
initialy = 0;
initialz = 0;
runtime = 10; % Simulation run time
iterations = 1; % Sets iteration no. to 1
pausetime = 0.01; % Pause time between animation
az=-37.5; % Sets azemouth angle
el= 30; % Sets elevation angle.
deq1=@(t,x) [k_1*x(2)-k1*x(1)-k3*x(1)*x(2)-k_3*x(3);
k1*x(1)-(k_1+k2)*x(2)-k3*x(1)*x(2)+(k4+k_3)*x(3);
k3*x(1)*x(2)-(k4+k_3)*x(3)];
[t,sol] = ode45(deq1,[0 runtime],[initialx initialy initialz]);
arraysize = size(t);
for i = 1 : max(arraysize)
plot3(sol(iterations,1),sol(iterations,2),sol(iterations,3),'-o','markersize',6,'MarkerFaceColor','m')
hold on
grid on
xlabel('S','fontsize',12)
ylabel('C1','fontsize',12)
zlabel('C2','fontsize',12)
iterations = iterations + 1;
pause(pausetime)
axis([min(sol(:,1)) max(sol(:,1)) min(sol(:,2)) max(sol(:,2)) min(sol(:,3)) max(sol(:,3))])
view(az,el)
az = az+1;
end
end

Accepted Answer

William Rose
William Rose on 5 Dec 2021
Edited: William Rose on 5 Dec 2021
Matlabs quiver3() is very nice for this.
"quiver3(X,Y,Z,U,V,W) plots arrows with directional components U, V, and W at the Cartesian coordinates specified by X, Y, and Z. For example, the first arrow originates from the point X(1), Y(1), and Z(1), extends in the direction of the x-axis according to U(1), extends in the direction of the y-axis according to V(1), and extends in the direction of the z-axis according to W(1). By default, the quiver3 function scales the arrow lengths so that they do not overlap."
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