
From:  Jonathan Stickel 
Subject:  Re: Plotting 3D vectors 
Date:  Thu, 04 Aug 2005 11:20:48 0700 
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Gad Abraham wrote:
Jonathan Stickel wrote:Gad Abraham wrote:Hi, Is it possible to plot vectors in 3D? I'm trying to visualise some 3D vectors, e.g.: A = [1;2;3] B = [5,4,6] AB = A  B N = cross(A, B)I'd like to put dots at points A and B, and then plot the vector AB with an arrow and the normal N with an arrow.Thanks, GadThis can be done nicely with Octaviz (octaviz.sourceforge.net):Thanks Jonathan.I've spent the last few hours getting VTK and Octaviz up and running (sadly no packages for Ubuntu Linux).
I think there are Debian packages that you might be able to use.
Is there a mailing list for Octaviz?
There is a help forum on the sourceforge site. I just requested the creation of a help mailing list from the lead developer.
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