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Re: 3D table plot Pbs

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  • Subject: [mg13170] Re: 3D table plot Pbs
  • From: dreissNOSPAM at (David Reiss)
  • Date: Mon, 13 Jul 1998 07:42:19 -0400
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  • References: <6nskbn$>
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ListPlot3D only takes a rectangular array of z-values as an argument.
Thus, in your case you would want

 ListPlot3D[ Table[ z[i][j],  {i,0,8},{j,0,4}]]

There is also the function ListSurfacePlot3D in the add-on package
Graphics3D that takes arguments in the form that you are trying.


In article <6nskbn$fc3 at>, Lotfi BAGHLI
<Lotfi.Baghli at> wrote:

> Hi,
> Please, I would like you to tell me how can we plot in 3D a Table
> z=f(x,y).
> I don't want to have the fellowinf format : ( which uses i and j )
>  ListPlot3D[ Table[ z[i][j], {i,0,8},{j,0,4}]]
> In fact, I want to plot 
>  Table[ {x[i],y[j],z[i][j]}, {i,0,8},{j,0,4}] 
> I want to use the x[i] and y[j] for the axes.
> In 2D, this works fine :
>  ListPlot[Table[ {x[i], z[i][0]},  {i,0,8}]]
> But in 3D this doesn't work :
>  ListPlot3D[ Table[ {x[i],y[j],z[i][j]},  {i,0,8},{j,0,4}]]
> Thanks a lot for your help, Please find inclosed the .nb file.
> [Please contact the author to get this file. - moderator]

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