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Re: OctaveFEMM 3D Plot

From: Robert A. Macy
Subject: Re: OctaveFEMM 3D Plot
Date: Thu, 22 Jun 2006 20:49:24 -0700

I don't quite understand all that's in your file, but I'm
going to assume you stored some Bfield data plotte as
values along a line, then stepped, and plotted the line
again by appending your data

So waht you have is a column vector of, say, 150 points
followed by 150 more points and so on.  you'd like to see
what the 2d would look like if you reformed all these into
a matrisx that has 150 rows by x number of data points you

There is a function called reshape() that will convert a
very tall column into a matrix.  
>> help reshape;

                 - Robert -

On Thu, 22 Jun 2006 20:03:07 -0700 (PDT)
 Senthil Ram <address@hidden> wrote:
> HI All,
>   I had now exported the two set of data file from the
> analysis. Now I wanted to plot the data in a 3D Plot. . 
>   I find it that while exporting the data into a file,
> all the data were in a single line from OCTAVE FEMM.
>   How to align these data in the next line
>   I use the 'fopen' and 'fscan' to read and get the data
> from the file and store in the array i create.
>   Now to get a 3D surface plot how should I do the
> syntax.
>   PS I do store some other information like calculated
> value date and time of analysis file name etc.,
> irrespective of these how to import the data from the
> file
> With Warm Regards
>   N.D.Senthil Ram
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