Jeff Whitaker <jswhit-97jfqw80gc6171pxa8y+qA@...1455...> writes:
On 7/28/10 8:32 PM, Nikolaus Rath wrote:
What is the best way to generate a contour plot from a set of
non-uniformly sampled data (i.e., the datapoints do not lie on the
points of a rectangular grid but are randomly distributed)?
Nikolaus: You can either use mlab.griddata to interpolate the data to a
regular grid, or use pyplot.tricontour to perform a delaunay
triangulation and contour the resulting triangle values.
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