Creating plots of functions with complex number inputs and outputs is quite different from functions with real number inputs and outputs. When plotting functions of real inputs and outputs, the horizontal axis can be used to represent the input and the vertical axis can be used for the output. The same cannot be done with complex functions. Complex numbers have two components whereas a real number has one. In this presentation, we will go over two methods to solve this issue and use these methods to aid us in understanding complex functions.
Ordex Casas, Edwin and Cote, Ben, "Visualizing Complex Functions" (2021). Academic Excellence Showcase Proceedings. 309.
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