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## Need help with gsplot

**From**: |
J. Drews |

**Subject**: |
Need help with gsplot |

**Date**: |
Sun, 21 Oct 2001 22:40:19 -0500 |

Hi:
I am having trouble getting a nice 3d plot with gsplot.
I have created a function called potential like so:
function w=potential(x,y)
w=1.0./sqrt(x.^2+y.^2);
endfunction,
In Octave I do the following:
octave:1> X=[1.0:0.01:5.0]';Y=[1.0:0.01:5.0]';
octave:2> Z=potential(X,Y);
octave:3> data = [X,Y,Z];
octave:4> gsplot [1:5] [1:5] [] data
However the resulting 3D plot has a very corse mesh. Is this the proper way
to use gsplot? Is there a mesh size setting? I see that mesh and meshdom are
alternate commands for 3D. TIA.
--
Cheers,
Jonathan
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