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## Resampling 3d data

**From**: |
Osvaldo Clua |

**Subject**: |
Resampling 3d data |

**Date**: |
Sat, 05 Aug 2000 15:32:21 -0400 (EDT) |

Hi all:
This may not be very octave related, but where else
can I find this brainpower?
I have to resample a 3D "unequally spaced grid" and
related data given in cylindrical coordinates (theta,z,r) to a
equal spaced 3D grid ("octave's "mesh"?) in cartesian x,y,z .
Octave (or more porperly perhaps gnuplot) does the
job internally by using "gset mapping cylindric" and the 3D
surface is displayed OK. But I have no idea of how to get the
internal resampled data (grid) used for plotting (or at least the
cartesian converted (2 D grid) data) if it exists.
Any help appreciated, even if it directs me to some
other programm, tool, faq or bibliography.
For the curious, I am going to put non earth related
data in a visualization program Vis5D, which is earth-science
oriented.
Osvaldo Clua
Osvaldo Clua
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