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Re: Contour Plot




Roberto:
Inevitably one would cover the other; would Graphics array help?

    Show[GraphicsArray[...]]

If you wish to show the data on one plot then it is possible to construct
the contour lines in 3D, with a different color for each quantity, and
combine these.

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"Roberto Ruiz de Austri" <r.ruizdeaustri at lancaster.ac.uk> wrote in message
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> Dear MathGroup Reader,
>
>    I have a data file including differents physical quantities (e.g. x,
> y, z1, z2, ....in differents columns) . I generate shaded contour plots
>   for each "zi". After that I try to link these figures in one with
> "Show[ figure1,figure2,... ]" sentences. But I just get the first in the
> list.
>   What is the way to get just one figure including all "zi".
>
>
>   Thank you very much.
>
>
>   Roberto.
>
>
>
>




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