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misty

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Registered: 2/29/08
plotting 3D in matlab
Posted: Feb 29, 2008 4:51 PM
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hi,
how can i plot in 3d smth like that: i've got several
matrix of splines (each of them has different sizes!!), i
want to draw one spline under another, the distance (high)
between them=1 and to make them connect in few points..
for ex:

matrix1 = [x1,y1],
size(matrix1)= (2,96)

matrix2 = [x2,y2]
size(matrix2) = (2, 145)

i can plot in 3d each of them separate, by:
plot3 = (x1,y1,a) % where a is a matrix of 1 and
the size of the number of columns, (1,96)

but i cannot plot one matrix of spline under another, cause matlab screams that they should be the same size :/ i mean matrixes 1 and 2 and a..

i would also like to do smth like that:
each of these circles (cause they are similar to circles) has some points, and i would like to connect some of them..
yhh, how to describe it.. circle under circle and circles connected by few lines on the bound.. to make something like cylinder..



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