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## Re:

**From**: |
Doug Stewart |

**Subject**: |
Re: |

**Date**: |
Mon, 10 Jul 2006 15:49:13 -0500 |

**User-agent**: |
Thunderbird 1.5.0.4 (Windows/20060516) |

Elizabeth Paoletti wrote:

hello,

` i need help plotting a mesh plot at a specific origin. what is the
``syntax for this? thank you
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Well - the mesh command will plot whatever data you give it.
- Function File: mesh (X, Y, Z)
Plot a mesh given matrices X, and Y from `meshdom' and a matrix Z
corresponding to the X and Y coordinates of the mesh. If X and Y
are vectors, then a typical vertex is (X(j), Y(i), Z(i,j)).
Thus, columns of Z correspond to different X values and rows of Z
correspond to different Y values.
If you need more help then explain you problem more clearly. :-)
Doug Stewart

**[no subject]**, *Elizabeth Paoletti*, `2006/07/10`
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**Re:**, *David Grohmann*, `2006/07/10`