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Topic: plot or mesh or ?
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Tony Kittler

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Re: plot or mesh or ?
Posted: Jan 3, 2013 11:52 PM
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"Carl S." wrote in message <kc3b62$pqe$>...
> "Aditya" wrote in message <kc2q9s$21b$>...
> > Hi Carl,
> > It all depends on the value of phi1. I created phi1 as ones(256,256) and I get a white square (f1), black square(f) and black square(b) when I plot using imshow.
> >
> > It would be helpful to know a little more details. Are you not seeing anything or are you not seeing what you expect?
> >
> > Adi

> Hi Adi,
> phi1 is a grayscale image. I want to understand the meaning of the codes for different grayscale images. So, I am trying to see how f1, b and f seems. So, I am trying to figure out but I dont know matlab well. Could you help me how can we see f1, b and f

I have tried surf(f1), mesh(b) but their outputs seem as not a signal or any meaninful shape (I could not comment them). How should I use these commands or is there any other useful command instead of mesh, surf for this case ?

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