% -*- texinfo -*- % @deftypefn {Function File} {} plot3 (@var{args}) % Produce three-dimensional plots. Many different combinations of % arguments are possible. The simplest form is % % @example % plot3 (@var{x}, @var{y}, @var{z}) % @end example % % @noindent % in which the arguments are taken to be the vertices of the points to % be plotted in three dimensions. If all arguments are vectors of the % same length, then a single continuous line is drawn. If all arguments % are matrices, then each column of the matrices is treated as a % separate line. No attempt is made to transpose the arguments to make % the number of rows match. % % If only two arguments are given, as % % @example % plot3 (@var{x}, @var{c}) % @end example % % @noindent % the real and imaginary parts of the second argument are used % as the @var{y} and @var{z} coordinates, respectively. % % If only one argument is given, as % % @example % plot3 (@var{c}) % @end example % % @noindent % the real and imaginary parts of the argument are used as the @var{y} % and @var{z} values, and they are plotted versus their index. % % Arguments may also be given in groups of three as % % @example % plot3 (@var{x1}, @var{y1}, @var{z1}, @var{x2}, @var{y2}, @var{z2}, @dots{}) % @end example % % @noindent % in which each set of three arguments is treated as a separate line or % set of lines in three dimensions. % % To plot multiple one- or two-argument groups, separate each group % with an empty format string, as % % @example % plot3 (@var{x1}, @var{c1}, '', @var{c2}, '', @dots{}) % @end example % % An example of the use of @code{plot3} is % % @example % @group % z = [0:0.05:5]; % plot3 (cos(2*pi*z), sin(2*pi*z), z, ';helix;'); % plot3 (z, exp(2i*pi*z), ';complex sinusoid;'); % @end group % @end example % @seealso{plot, xlabel, ylabel, zlabel, title, print} % @end deftypefn

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