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## Re: Reading text file data into matrices for selective plotting

**From**: |
usagi713 |

**Subject**: |
Re: Reading text file data into matrices for selective plotting |

**Date**: |
Wed, 8 Jun 2011 12:37:25 -0700 (PDT) |

Thank you very much! I modified what you suggested a bit in the following
way:
c=((a(:,3)==5.000e-04))
[d,e,f,g]=find(c)
h=a(d,:,:,:)
x=h(:,2)
y=h(:,4)
z=h(:,1)
This keeps everything constant for values of 5e-04 for the third column, and
so the h matrix looks good. When I do plot3(x,y,z), it gives a very
odd-looking graph though. Would you say that I choosing the right way to
display this, or am I missing something?
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**Reading text file data into matrices for selective plotting**, *usagi713*, `2011/06/08`
**Re: Reading text file data into matrices for selective plotting**, *Doug Stewart*, `2011/06/08`
**Re: Reading text file data into matrices for selective plotting**, *usagi713*, `2011/06/08`
**Re: Reading text file data into matrices for selective plotting**, *Doug Stewart*, `2011/06/08`
**Re: Reading text file data into matrices for selective plotting**,
*usagi713* **<=**
**Re: Reading text file data into matrices for selective plotting**, *Doug Stewart*, `2011/06/08`
**Re: Reading text file data into matrices for selective plotting**, *usagi713*, `2011/06/08`
**Re: Reading text file data into matrices for selective plotting**, *Doug Stewart*, `2011/06/08`
**Re: Reading text file data into matrices for selective plotting**, *usagi713*, `2011/06/08`
**Re: Reading text file data into matrices for selective plotting**, *Doug Stewart*, `2011/06/08`