Re: Asking you how to...
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- Subject: [mg19551] Re: Asking you how to...
- From: Jens-Peer Kuska <kuska at informatik.uni-leipzig.de>
- Date: Wed, 1 Sep 1999 23:06:55 -0400
- Organization: Universitaet Leipzig
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Hi, you should take a look to DiscreteMath`ComputationalGeometry`TriangularSurfacePlot The book by Tom Wickham-Jones has a similar function (that is faster) and the packages are on MathSource. Hope that helps Jens Huberto Closs wrote: > > Dear Sir, > > I am having a hard time to find out how to use Mathematica to plot > experimental Physics results which consist of a set of lines with > three measured numbers each, respectively corresponding to > > DataX DataY DataZ[DataX,DataY] > > that is, where DataZ is a measured quantity whose two-dimensional > dependence on variables DataX and DataY should be graphically > displayed through three-dimensional and contour plots of DataZ as a > function of DataX and DataY. Please note, however, that DataX and > DataY are not evenly spaced, so that I cannot just take DataZ as an > array and use ReadList and ListPlot3D or ListContourPlot to draw > graphics showing DataZ dependence on DataX and DataY. > > I am using Mathematica Version 2.2. Please, tell me how to do it. > > Sincerely yours, > > Huberto Closs