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*Subject*: [mg67299] Re: 3D plots
*From*: "qfwfq" <qfwfq_0 at yahoo.com>
*Date*: Fri, 16 Jun 2006 00:27:54 -0400 (EDT)
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Hi David,
Thank you for your response.
Zmax is always greater than zmin. x_coord is always greater than
y_coord.
Next, I send you a piece of the list.
Thanks
Jose
{{0.2,0.1,2.12896,2.26061},
{0.3,0.2,2.12896,3.28811},
{0.4,0.2,4.25792,4.52123},
{0.4,0.3,2.12896,4.31561},
{0.5,0.3,4.25792,5.54873},
{0.5,0.4,2.12896,5.34311},
{0.6,0.3,6.38688,6.78184},
{0.6,0.4,4.25792,6.57622},
{0.6,0.5,2.12896,6.37061},
{0.7,0.4,6.38688,7.80934},
{0.7,0.5,4.25792,7.60372},
{0.7,0.6,2.12896,7.39811},
{0.8,0.4,8.51584,9.04245},
{0.8,0.5,6.38688,8.83684},
{0.8,0.6,4.25792,8.63122},
{0.8,0.7,2.12896,8.42561},
{0.9,0.5,8.51584,10.07},
{0.9,0.6,6.38688,9.86434},
{0.9,0.7,4.25792,9.65872},
{0.9,0.8,2.12896,9.4531},
{1.,0.5,10.6448,11.3031},
{1.,0.6,8.51584,11.0975},
{1.,0.7,6.38688,10.8918},
{1.,0.8,4.25792,10.6862},
{1.,0.9,2.12896,10.4806},
{1.1,0.6,10.6448,12.3306},
{1.1,0.7,8.51584,12.1249},
{1.1,0.8,6.38688,11.9193},
{1.1,0.9,4.25792,11.7137},
{1.1,1.,2.12896,11.5081},
{1.2,0.6,12.7738,13.5637},
{1.2,0.7,10.6448,13.3581},
{1.2,0.8,8.51584,13.1524},
{1.2,0.9,6.38688,12.9468},
{1.2,1.,4.25792,12.7412},
{1.2,1.1,2.12896,12.5356},
{1.3,0.7,12.7738,14.5912},
{1.3,0.8,10.6448,14.3856},
{1.3,0.9,8.51584,14.1799},
{1.3,1.,6.38688,13.9743},
{1.3,1.1,4.25792,13.7687},
{1.3,1.2,2.12896,13.5631},
{1.4,0.7,14.9027,15.8243},
{1.4,0.8,12.7738,15.6187},
{1.4,0.9,10.6448,15.4131},
{1.4,1.,8.51584,15.2074},
{1.4,1.1,6.38688,15.0018},
{1.4,1.2,4.25792,14.7962},
{1.4,1.3,2.12896,14.5906},
{1.5,0.7,17.0317,17.0574},
{1.5,0.8,14.9027,16.8518},
{1.5,0.9,12.7738,16.6462},
{1.5,1.,10.6448,16.4406},
{1.5,1.1,8.51584,16.2349},
{1.5,1.2,6.38688,16.0293},
{1.5,1.3,4.25792,15.8237},
{1.5,1.4,2.12896,15.6181}}
David Park ha escrito:
> Jose,
>
> A lot depends on what your data and surface actually are! Is your data on a
> rectangular xy grid? is zmax always greater than zmin? i.e., do the top and
> bottom sufaces ever intersect?
>
> You could always plot a series of vertical lines and SpinShow the result to
> get an idea of the surface. However it would be nicer if you could get an
> interpolating function for the bottom and top and actually plot surfaces.
>
> Maybe you could post a set of data as a Mathematica list structure?
>
> David Park
> djmp at earthlink.net
> http://home.earthlink.net/~djmp/
>
>
> From: qfwfq [mailto:qfwfq_0 at yahoo.com]
To: mathgroup at smc.vnet.net
>
>
> Hi!
>
> I would like to build a 3D graphics from a list of data. Each element
> from the list has 4 components: {x_coord, y_coord, z_min, z_max}, i.e.,
> something like to vertical lines for each point in the x-y plane.
> Is there any simple way to graphically draw the corresponding solid?
>
> Thanks.
>
> Jose
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