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This type of plot works with a simple rectangular array of height data, and plots it on a regular x,y co-ordinate system. It is best used to illustrate the shape of mathematical functions.
MAT´++?5 3½36 ch.Set('Pattern' 1)('Style' 'grid,tiled') ch.Set('XL' 'York,Hfx,Tby,Ltr,Gls')('Hfont' '8')('YL' 'Last,This,Next') ch.Resp MAT
You can also call this with a three-element nested vector giving:
(XY matrix of Z-values).
Clearly the lengths must match correctly if you do this.
If you tile the surface, markers are automatically cancelled. Otherwise you have the usual choice of markers and line-styles markers 14 and 15 (the 3D-effect circles) look good at the mesh intersections.
See also ...
Response Surface Style