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4D plot visuatization

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  • Subject: [mg86278] 4D plot visuatization
  • From: negedea at googlemail.com
  • Date: Fri, 7 Mar 2008 02:30:31 -0500 (EST)

Dear all,

I want to get a 4D fisualization of the following:

I want the x axis be the variable t. The range for t is:

{t,-200,1000}

I want the y axis be the variable g. The range for g is:

{g,120,250}

I want the Z axis be the PDF of function F (Fpdf). So my Z shall be

 Fdist = NormalDistribution[2.74, 0.787]
Fpdf=PDF[Fdist,F]

The 4th dimenssion I want is F it self , where F is the ratio of t to
g

F = t/g

Does any one has a hint on how to do it on mathematica

Thank you in advance for you help.

NG


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