Dilogarithms are very important in advanced mathematics and engineers. Here we explain how is the dilogarithm integral and how to calculate the dilogarithms in Matlab® with the ‘dilog()’ command.

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You can try the example code below in your Matlab® product.

The integral form of the dilogarithm function is generally defined as above. You will see the use of the ‘dilog()’ command to calculate this integral in Matlab®.

```
>> dilog(2)
ans =
-0.8225
>>
```

As you see above the use of the ‘dilog()’ command is very simple. You just need to type a number inside the brackets and hit the enter key to see the result.

You define the lower boundary of the integral above with the variable that you entering inside the brackets of the ‘dilog()’ command. You are defining the ‘z’.

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