Re: Mathematica 8 3D Plot question
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- Subject: [mg125963] Re: Mathematica 8 3D Plot question
- From: xvicman at gmail.com
- Date: Tue, 10 Apr 2012 02:27:48 -0400 (EDT)
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On Wednesday, April 4, 2012 3:36:45 AM UTC-5, Murta wrote: > On Apr 2, 5:23 am, Victor Manuel <xvic... at gmail.com> wrote: > > Hi, > > > > I need to ask for some assistance, I'm noob with Mathematica. > > > > My problem is this: > > - I have an Excel (XLS) sheet, with wind profile data (altitude, > > horizontal speed, direction, vertical speed, etc..), each hour has 15 > > altitudes, so one day has 360 readings, more than 10k per month. > > - What I need to do is create a 3D chart with all the month readings, > > considering that the chart need to be polar for wind direction, one > > axis need to the altitude, and finally the horizontal speed, basically > > what I need is a 3D Windrose > > - Also, need to create a chart like the one above, instead o plotting > > all the points, plot ranges. > > - Finally, is it possible to make it interactive, meaning, have the > > ability to move the point of view, to deliver a file that can be > > viewed with CDF Player? > > > > Your assistance will be really appreciated. > > > > Regards. > > Hi VIctor > You can do this in Mathematica certainly. > There is a list of commands for you to looking for in Mathematica > Helps (F1): > > 1- Graphics3D > To do graphics in an more primitive way, you will need the Line > option > > 2- ListPointPlot3D > More easy way to plot points, but not joined > > 3- Manipulate > Create dynamic content > > 4- Import["yourfile.xlsx"] > To import your excel > > I wish it could help you > Best Regards > Murta Thank you very much Murta, I'll try this asap and I'll let you know. Regards.