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Re: Looking for waterfall plot function

From: Melvyn Poore
Subject: Re: Looking for waterfall plot function
Date: Tue, 09 Aug 2005 18:56:46 +0200
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Thanks Shai,

That's tidied things up a bit.  I'm on to the next problem now, but I'll do
some research before bothering the list...


On 09.08.2005 13:30 Uhr, "Shai Ayal" <address@hidden> wrote:

> Melvyn,
> octave's plot function does not return any value, so the variable p is
> undefined. Matlab returns the handles of the lines drawn. Octave does not
> have handle graphics.
> So, try deleting all references to p later on in the file. It might work,
> although produce uglier results.
> Shai
> Melvyn Poore wrote:
>> Does anyone know where I can find a working waterfall plot function?
>> I found one in the DAFX (ed. Zölzer, Wiley 2002) book, but I can¹t for
>> the life of me get it to work.  It¹s written for MatLab, so I guess
>> there are some differences.
>> I get the following error:
>> error: value on right hand side of assignment is undefined
>> error: evaluating assignment expression near line 46, column 4
>> Line 46 is:
>>     p=plot3(x(1:N/2), y(1:N/2), spek(1:N/2), "k");
>> All the variables are defined and populated, which doesn¹t preclude an
>> undefined value coming out in the wash: but I can¹t see any error in the
>> expression.  I need a hand from someone more experienced, please!
>> I can post the whole function if necessary.
>> Cheers,
>> Melvyn
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