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Re: interpolation and to extract between 3D plots

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  • Subject: [mg101241] Re: interpolation and to extract between 3D plots
  • From: Jens-Peer Kuska <kuska at informatik.uni-leipzig.de>
  • Date: Sat, 27 Jun 2009 06:06:37 -0400 (EDT)
  • References: <h22934$hm6$1@smc.vnet.net>

Hi,

hwat do you mean with "3D volume" the data lie all in a
plane an it will never be a volume. Or do you mean

ListPlot3D[dtvalues]

?

Regards
   Jens


M wrote:
> Hi All,
> 
> I have the following data in the form {x,y,z} ;
> 
> dtvalues= {{0.360374, 183.717, -659.}, {10.1899, 186.526, -659.},
> {17.562, 193.898, -659.}, {20.0194, 203.376, -659.}, {17.562, 213.206,
> -659.}, {10.1899, 220.578, -659.}, {0.360374, 223.386, -659.},
> {-9.46912, 220.578, -659.}, {-16.8412, 213.206, -659.}, {-19.2986,
> 203.376, -659.}, {-16.8412, 193.898, -659.}, {-9.46912, 186.526,
> -659.}, {0.360374, 183.717, -660.5}, {10.1899, 186.526, -660.5},
> {17.562, 193.898, -660.5}, {20.0194, 203.376, -660.5}, {17.562,
> 213.206, -660.5}, {10.1899, 220.578, -660.5}, {0.360374, 223.386,
> -660.5}, {-9.46912, 220.578, -660.5}, {-16.8412, 213.206, -660.5},
> {-19.2986, 203.376, -660.5}, {-16.8412, 193.898, -660.5}, {-9.46912,
> 186.526, -660.5}, {0.360374, 183.717, -662.}, {10.1899, 186.526,
> -662.}, {17.562, 193.898, -662.}, {20.0194, 203.376, -662.}, {17.562,
> 213.206, -662.}, {10.1899, 220.578, -662.}, {0.360374, 223.386,
> -662.}, {-9.46912, 220.578, -662.}, {-16.8412, 213.206, -662.},
> {-19.2986, 203.376, -662.}, {-16.8412, 193.898, -662.}, {-9.46912,
> 186.526, -662.}};
> 
> Two questions
> 1.) How to build a 3D volume for visualization for this data.
> 2.) Is it possible to extract the data at various z values like {z =
> -659.095, -660, eetc.}
> 
> Thank you for your help !!!!
> 
> 


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