plsurf3d.3plplot man page
plsurf3d — Plot shaded 3-d surface plot
Synopsis
plsurf3d(x, y, z, nx, ny, opt, clevel, nlevel)
Description
Plots a three dimensional shaded surface plot within the environment set up by plw3d(3plplot). The surface is defined by the two-dimensional array z[nx][ny] , the point z[i][j] being the value of the function at (x[i], y[j]) . Note that the points in arrays x and y do not need to be equally spaced, but must be stored in ascending order. For further details see the PLplot documentation.
Redacted form: plsurf3d(x, y, z, opt, clevel)
This function is not used in any examples.
Arguments
- x (const PLFLT *, input)
Pointer to set of x coordinate values at which the function is evaluated.
- y (const PLFLT *, input)
Pointer to set of y coordinate values at which the function is evaluated.
- z (const PLFLT * const *, input)
Pointer to a vectored two-dimensional array with set of function values.
- nx (PLINT, input)
Number of x values at which function is evaluated.
- ny (PLINT, input)
Number of y values at which function is evaluated.
- opt (PLINT, input)
Determines the way in which the surface is represented. To specify more than one option just add the options, e.g. FACETED + SURF_CONT opt=FACETED : Network of lines is drawn connecting points at which function is defined. opt=BASE_CONT : A contour plot is drawn at the base XY plane using parameters nlevel and clevel. opt=SURF_CONT : A contour plot is drawn at the surface plane using parameters nlevel and clevel. opt=DRAW_SIDES : draws a curtain between the base XY plane and the borders of the plotted function. opt=MAG_COLOR : the surface is colored according to the value of Z; if MAG_COLOR is not used, then the default the surface is colored according to the intensity of the reflected light in the surface from a light source whose position is set using pllightsource(3plplot).
- clevel (const PLFLT *, input)
Pointer to the array that defines the contour level spacing.
- nlevel (PLINT, input)
Number of elements in the clevel array.
Authors
Many developers (who are credited at http://plplot.sourceforge.net/credits.php) have contributed to PLplot over its long history.
See Also
PLplot documentation at http://plplot.sourceforge.net/documentation.php.