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Ash
11/26/04 2:00pm

I would be most grateful if someone could help me. Basically, it would be a good idea to open up the attachment and then read on.

Notice that “compStrats” is a function that in effect creates a list from a table.

You would also notice that the output is in a funny matrix form with quite a few “{“’s.

I was wondering if someone would adjust the code, or add a function (preferably using ListPlot3D) that could create a 3D graph with the following.

x axis: the parameter values as stated in compStrats, i.e. from 0 to 1
y axis: the parameter values as stated in compStrats, i.e. from 0 to 1
z axis: output – where it can be generalised which index values we want to plot, so if I wanted the first value of each output, it would graph -2, -2, 1, and so on, and vice versa.

As an example: the upper left value is x = 0, y = 0, z = -2 (by taking first value)

I think that the y increments for each x, but I may be wrong. I hope someone knows what I want to do.

Thanks


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