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RE: ListContourPlot3D ?
> From mathgroup-adm at yoda.physics.unc.edu Mon May 2 02:02 EDT 1994 > Received: from modal375.me.vt.edu by snoopy.me.vt.edu with SMTP > (22.214.171.124/16.2) id AA14006; Mon, 2 May 1994 02:02:23 -0400 > Return-Path: <mathgroup-adm at yoda.physics.unc.edu> > Received: from yoda.physics.unc.edu by modal375.me.vt.edu with SMTP > (16.6/16.2) id AA14407; Mon, 2 May 94 02:02:42 -0400 > Received: by yoda.physics.unc.edu (4.1/TAS/11-16-88) > id AA17360; Sun, 1 May 94 21:47:57 EDT > Received: by yoda.physics.unc.edu (4.1/TAS/11-16-88) > id AA17356; Sun, 1 May 94 21:47:56 EDT > Message-Id: <9405020147.AA17356 at yoda.physics.unc.edu> > Date: Sun, 1 May 1994 14:05:20 -0400 > From: "Christopher Duffy" <cjd at hydr06.psu.edu> > To: MathGroup at yoda.physics.unc.edu > Subject: RE: ListContourPlot3D ? > Status: R > > > >While on the subject of ListContourPlot3D, does anyone who uses it find > >it inconvenient to prepare data on a regular grid? Would it be useful > >to have a three-dimensional triangulation algorithm that would allow > >the plotting of contours for some other arrangement of data? > > > > > >Tom Wickham-Jones > >WRI I also support the development of this option in ListContourPlot3D. This will be very useful to our work using stochastic spatial sampling with a scanning laser in experimental structural dynamics. Robert L. West Assistant Professor Mechanical Engineering Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University Blacksburg, Virginia 24061-0238