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Topic: Is there a way to visualize 4D data?
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mizhael

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Is there a way to visualize 4D data?
Posted: Jun 25, 2006 12:55 PM
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I tried to do cross section, and slicing, on my 4D data, it is really
awkward... My 4D data is actually sampled from z=f(x, y, u, v) in Matlab.
Are there any tools existing in science and engineering field,
that can help me visualize high dimensional data(using Matlab or other
languages)?

Thanks a lot!






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