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From: David Grohmann
Subject: Re:
Date: Mon, 10 Jul 2006 16:25:47 -0500
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Doug Stewart wrote:
Elizabeth Paoletti wrote:
   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
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I assume she meant that she had data centered around the origin. But she wants to center it somewhere else. Therefore you would have to add the offset from the origin to the vectors she is graphing.

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