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Re: Rotating 3D plots

From: Doug Stewart
Subject: Re: Rotating 3D plots
Date: Sat, 15 Oct 2005 19:21:35 -0500
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Ron Crummett wrote:

Hello -

I am relatively new to Octave but have relied on Matlab knowledge to get around. But I have a question regarding plot rotation. In Matlab I can generate a 3D surface plot/mesh plot and rotate it to whatever reference frame I choose. I don't see such an option when I plot 3D surfaces in Octave using GNUplot. Is it possible to rotate a 3D plot generated by Octave? How?

-Ron Crummett

Is it view you want

>> help view
view is the user-defined function from the file

view    Change the viewing angle for a 3-D plot.

       view(az, el)
       az - horizontal viewing angle (azimuth) [degrees].
       el - vertical viewing angle (elevation) [degrees].


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