Pseudo 3D plot

Hi,

* Andrew Straw

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<strawman@...106...> wrote:

Nils Wagner wrote:

Hi all,

Given a set of points (x_i,y_i,z_i)
is it possible to plot y_i versus x_i with a varying color
corresponding to the magnitude of z_i ?

Nils

http://scipy.org/Wiki/Cookbook/Matplotlib/Gridding_irregularly_spaced_data

Maybe, I am kind of stupid, but where do I find the delaunay
module used in the example on that side?

Greetings!
Fabian

It's in the sandbox:

scipy/Lib/sandbox/delaunay

Go to this directory, and install with the usual python setup.py build; python setup.py install

I'll change the wiki so this is more clear.

-Rob.

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On Apr 11, 2006, at 8:34 AM, Fabian Braennstroem wrote:

Hi,

* Andrew Straw
  <strawman@...106...> wrote:

Nils Wagner wrote:

Hi all,

Given a set of points (x_i,y_i,z_i)
is it possible to plot y_i versus x_i with a varying color
corresponding to the magnitude of z_i ?

Nils

http://scipy.org/Wiki/Cookbook/Matplotlib/Gridding_irregularly_spaced_data

Maybe, I am kind of stupid, but where do I find the delaunay
module used in the example on that side?

Greetings!
Fabian

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Robert Hetland wrote:

It's in the sandbox:

scipy/Lib/sandbox/delaunay

Go to this directory, and install with the usual python setup.py build;
python setup.py install

I'll change the wiki so this is more clear.

The preferred way to build packages in the sandbox is to uncomment (or add) the
appropriate line in scipy/Lib/sandbox/setup.py and rebuild scipy. They should
then be referred to as scipy.sandbox.delaunay, for example.

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