[Maxima] discrete option for plot3d
willisb at unk.edu
Thu Apr 19 11:44:56 CDT 2007
Great--thanks for the work you've done on graphics. My finite
difference code (an unstable explicit and a stable implicit method)
for the heat equation will benefit. I'll also try dataplot.
-----"Jaime E. Villate" wrote: -----
>To: Barton Willis
>From: "Jaime E. Villate"
>Date: 04/19/2007 10:46AM
>cc: maxima at math.utexas.edu
>Subject: Re: [Maxima] discrete option for plot3d
>On Thu, 2007-04-19 at 10:11 -0500, Barton Willis wrote:
>> Do we have a plot3d version of:
>> plot2d([discrete,xx,yy], ...)
>> That is something like
>> plot3d([discrete, [0,1,2],[0,1,2],[6,7,8]])
>Not yet, but we'll have it within the next weeks (I'm working on
>it). From the point of view of gnuplot, the addition is very
>simple, just use splot instead of plot and put the data in 3
>columns. Openmath will need some work.
>>From the point of view of plot3d it implies some coding and the
>creation of a draw3d function. These changes will not be hard to do.
>My idea is to implement the same syntax recently introduced for
>plot2d, rather than passing gnuplot commands directly; for instance:
>plot3d([discrete, set1, set2], [style,[points,2,3,4],[lines,1.5,2]])$
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