Plotting a series of 3d quadrilaterals as a wireframe

I don’t know how to separately plot the quadrilaterals after plotting each of them in a closed loop eg nodes 1,2,3,4,1 the next quad is 3,2,5,6,3 say. I use a return to 1,0.0,3 and continue the curve numpy curve X,Y,Z as per the example tutorials. I tried inserting a None in between the quads, but this raises a python error. Please advise me on how to plot my quads without having to trace a sequence of previously plotted sides, eg 1,2,3 then the second quad.

Thanks,

Pedro

Not quite sure exactly what you need to do, but it sounds like separate calls to plot for each quadrilateral will do the trick.
-paul

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On Wed, Feb 5, 2014 at 4:57 PM, Pedro Marcal <pedrovmarcal@…287…> wrote:

I don’t know how to separately plot the quadrilaterals after plotting each of them in a closed loop eg nodes 1,2,3,4,1 the next quad is 3,2,5,6,3 say. I use a return to 1,0.0,3 and continue the curve numpy curve X,Y,Z as per the example tutorials. I tried inserting a None in between the quads, but this raises a python error. Please advise me on how to plot my quads without having to trace a sequence of previously plotted sides, eg 1,2,3 then the second quad.
Thanks,

Pedro


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I am not sure, but it sounds like you are talking about plot_wireframe()?

Ben Root

Yes , I am using the plot_wireframe.

Pedro

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On Thursday, February 6, 2014, Benjamin Root <ben.root@…1304…> wrote:

I am not sure, but it sounds like you are talking about plot_wireframe()?

Ben Root