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Topic: creating 3D mesh for some points in space
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Nasser Abbasi

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Re: creating 3D mesh for some points in space
Posted: Feb 10, 2013 4:54 PM
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On 2/10/2013 2:19 PM, lala wrote:
> So I have these points, A, B, C, ... in 3D. Their coordinates are denoted by x, y, z.
>For example point A has these coordinates: if x=2.5 and y=12, then z is 3, and B is x=4, y=3,
>and z=15; and so on.
> So i created three arrays to show my points:
> x=[2.5 4 6 18 9]; y=[12 3 7.5 1 10]; z=[3 15 16 8 11.5];
>
> and i want to create a 3D mesh from my points (A, B, ...). There are total of 9 points.
>
> I am able to create plot3 and/or scatter3 but not mesh :(
>
> Ive spent already a full week on this and read many tutorials
>and such but i just get more confused and dont get it. Please help! Thanks!
>
> lala-
>



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