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