[R] surface contour plot help
Duncan Murdoch
murdoch at stats.uwo.ca
Wed Dec 17 05:30:33 CET 2008
On 16/12/2008 5:05 PM, Brad B wrote:
> I was able to get a surface plot with wireframe, however I cant rotate it around like you can with the plot3d function?
> Is thier a way to do this in R?
You are making your question impossible to answer, by not giving the
right details. If you show us code that uses wireframe to do what you
want, surely someone could show you how to do the same thing in rgl.
That means putting together a small, self-contained example. Don't post
a vague description of your data and what you want, simplify your
question to something we can see.
There are many ways to add a surface to a plot in rgl. We have no idea
which one would be appropriate for you.
Duncan Murdoch
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> I am trying to do a surface profile plot.
> data is
> X Y(1) Z(1)
> 1-jan-02 2002 number
> 2-jan-02 2002 number
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> 1-jan-03 2003 (Y2) number Z(2)
> 2-jan-03 2003 (Y2) number Z(2)
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> until dec 31 2007.
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> I used the plot3d funtions to build a scatter point plot.
> Call rinterface.rrun("library(rgl)")
> Call rinterface.rrun("plot3d(x,y1,z1,xlab='Date',ylab='Year',zlab='Vol',ylim=c(2001,2008))")
> Call rinterface.rrun("plot3d(x,y2,z2,add=TRUE)")
> Call rinterface.rrun("plot3d(x,y3,z3,add=TRUE)")
> Call rinterface.rrun("plot3d(x,y4,z4,add=TRUE)")
> Call rinterface.rrun("plot3d(x,y5,z5,add=TRUE)")
> Call rinterface.rrun("plot3d(x,y6,z6,add=TRUE)")
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> Is thier a way to lay a surface to this?
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