[R] Creating 3D Gaussian Plot
laura at env.leeds.ac.uk
Sat Jan 28 15:27:41 CET 2006
With further apologies for the poor graphics, this link demonstrates the
sort of 3d mesh which I am hoping to replicate - I would like to be able
to replicate a number of these of varying intensity. Demonstrating
different levels of potential via the "steepness" of the slopes.
I then wish to pick a number of grid points at random from the output to
perform a further analysis upon.
I hope this makes things a little clearer!
Again, any help gratefully received, thank you.
Institute of Atmospheric Science
School of Earth and Environment
University of Leeds
tel: +44 113 343 1596
fax: +44 113 343 6716
mail: laura at env.leeds.ac.uk
On Sat, 28 Jan 2006, Duncan Murdoch wrote:
> On 1/28/2006 8:55 AM, Laura Quinn wrote:
> > Hello,
> > I requested help a couple of weeks ago creating a dipole field in R but
> > receieved no responses. Eventually I opted to create a 3d sinusoidal plot
> > and concatenate this with its inverse as a means for a "next best"
> > situation. It seems that this isn't sufficient for my needs and I'm really
> > after creating a continuous 3d gaussian mesh with a "positive" and
> > "negative" dipole.
> The names you're using don't mean anything to me; perhaps there just
> aren't enough atmospheric scientists on the list and that's why you
> didn't get any response. If you don't get a response this time, you
> should describe what you want in basic terms, and/or point to examples
> of it on the web.
> Duncan Murdoch
> > Can anyone offer any pointers at all?
> > Laura Quinn
> > Institute of Atmospheric Science
> > School of Earth and Environment
> > University of Leeds
> > Leeds
> > LS2 9JT
> > tel: +44 113 343 1596
> > fax: +44 113 343 6716
> > mail: laura at env.leeds.ac.uk
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