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ListPlot3D and Its Axes

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  • Subject: [mg1922] ListPlot3D and Its Axes
  • From: corless at optics.rochester.edu (John D Corless)
  • Date: Sun, 20 Aug 1995 19:40:01 -0400
  • Organization: University of Rochester, School of Engineering

Hello.
	I wish to make a 3D plot of some discretely sampled
data I have.  My data comes most coveniently as x,y,z triplets.
Now, the natural command to use is ListPlot3D.  However,
ListPlot3D wants its input to be a 2D array, namely the z values
evaluated on the grid of (equally) spaced points in the x,y
plane.  This shows me the shape of my data just fine, but I
would like to have my real x and y values on the axes.  How can
I do this?  Is there another plotting command that will let me
pass my triplets of points?  This would also negate the need for
equally spaced data.  Thanks for any suggestions.

-John
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John D. Corless
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University of Rochester                         (716) 244-4936 fax
Rochester, NY 14627                         corless at optics.rochester.edu
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