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John W. Eaton
Tue, 23 Jul 1996 14:43:10 -0500
On 23-Jul-1996, Jeppe Sigbrandt <address@hidden> wrote:
: Is it possible to do what plot3() does in Matlab ?
: e.g. Lorenz demo where a line is drawn in phase space by joining
: up the points represented by a sequence of xyz co-ordinates.
: I've spent many hours trying to obtain this simple
: behaviour from Gnuplot but the answer has not yet dawned on me.
: And nobody seems to have asked this question in the last 2 years.
: (so it must be easy :)
In gnuplot, all you have to do to plot a line in 3d is
splot "foo.dat" with lines
where "foo.dat" contains 3 columns of data (x y z).
Blank lines in the data file produce breaks in the line.
An example of this should be in the glass demo that is distributed
You should be able to do the same thing with Octave using set
parametric and the gsplot command.
- plot3() ?, Jeppe Sigbrandt, 1996/07/23
- plot3() ?,
John W. Eaton <=