tag:blogger.com,1999:blog-9101701713138538731.post6506862940745314947..comments2017-03-10T09:57:00.990-03:00Comments on How to Use Scilab: Plot 3D - surfaceAlex Carneirohttps://plus.google.com/110184809238606749291noreply@blogger.comBlogger12125tag:blogger.com,1999:blog-9101701713138538731.post-74341054037207227042013-01-25T13:06:53.485-03:002013-01-25T13:06:53.485-03:00any idea how to export a surface as a nurbs model ...any idea how to export a surface as a nurbs model of some type? it'd be cool to be able to load this into a 3D CAD program (then CNC).<br /><br />thanks!<br /><br />Lee Carmichaelhttp://www.blogger.com/profile/17357205170901381149noreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-9101701713138538731.post-37337710059687239782012-09-19T16:04:45.828-03:002012-09-19T16:04:45.828-03:00I have done two others posts about surfaces plots:...I have done two others posts about surfaces plots: http://usingscilab.blogspot.com.br/2012/09/plot3d-rectangular-surface.html and http://usingscilab.blogspot.com.br/2012/09/plot3d2-creating-cube.html<br /><br />Look there for more information about it.<br /><br />Best regards to all.Sheephttp://www.blogger.com/profile/14503428177777397005noreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-9101701713138538731.post-85813169575739320852012-09-19T14:54:01.550-03:002012-09-19T14:54:01.550-03:00hey sheep,
I'm a beginner in scilab. Can u pls...hey sheep,<br />I'm a beginner in scilab. Can u pls explain me how to draw a rectangular surface in 3-dimensions?<br />Thanks in advance..Anonymousnoreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-9101701713138538731.post-13547854710795479972012-05-08T14:39:16.245-03:002012-05-08T14:39:16.245-03:00Hello Pranav.
Probably there is any way for calli...Hello Pranav.<br /><br />Probably there is any way for calling plot3d() Scilab function inside a C-program, but if you are using Linux operating system, so you can look for Gnuplot. There is a very useful library for C++ that makes a great integration with Gnuplot.<br /><br />If you use another operating system, you can pass data from C-program to Scilab through files, for example.Sheephttp://www.blogger.com/profile/14503428177777397005noreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-9101701713138538731.post-73135641050416283402012-05-08T09:29:27.695-03:002012-05-08T09:29:27.695-03:00Hi sheep,
Can we use plot3d() function inside a C-...Hi sheep,<br />Can we use plot3d() function inside a C-program?Pranavhttp://www.blogger.com/profile/01133143916145496617noreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-9101701713138538731.post-26205021298621864642010-10-01T02:35:16.779-03:002010-10-01T02:35:16.779-03:00The dot means it is a matrix element-wise operatio...The dot means it is a matrix element-wise operation. So, instead of doing matrix multiplication x * x, you multiply each element of x by the corresponding element in x, i.e. ans(0,0) = x(0,0) ** 2Anonymousnoreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-9101701713138538731.post-73696861905187038482009-10-22T03:37:42.387-03:002009-10-22T03:37:42.387-03:00what does the dot mean here .. for example x.^2 .....what does the dot mean here .. for example x.^2 .. I don't understand itjackmatze86http://www.blogger.com/profile/16168527342762679216noreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-9101701713138538731.post-23158601208289101902009-10-01T23:13:17.090-03:002009-10-01T23:13:17.090-03:00I have a question about this, please!
I have 2 arr...I have a question about this, please!<br />I have 2 arrays, x and y. both have 20 elements. There's a mathematical relationship between x and y that would give P, pressure.<br />x runs from -1.0 to 1.0<br />y runs from -1.0 to 0.2<br />I need to make a 20 by 20 grid with corresponding x and y values.<br /> at any point, depending on the values of x and y, P is colored. <br />so i guess i need a for loop afterwards...<br /><br />Please for now i just need to learn a for loop to make the 20 by 20 grid.<br />thanks<br />StanleyStanleehttp://www.blogger.com/profile/06547544693928941347noreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-9101701713138538731.post-60365659539512378922009-06-27T15:00:47.666-03:002009-06-27T15:00:47.666-03:00Yeah you are right. Surface or just simple curve a...Yeah you are right. Surface or just simple curve and its gradient, like a Gradient Search technique. This one found application in many area, such as System Optimization.naza sundaehttp://www.blogger.com/profile/15815358010544256875noreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-9101701713138538731.post-25757166302836615422009-06-26T15:06:34.322-03:002009-06-26T15:06:34.322-03:00I'm not sure about your question, Naza.
Do you...I'm not sure about your question, Naza.<br />Do you want to show a surface and its gradient?<br />If you explain me what you want, then I can try to help you.<br /><br />Thanks for the comments.Sheephttp://www.blogger.com/profile/14503428177777397005noreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-9101701713138538731.post-48344761813680528242009-06-26T14:39:33.110-03:002009-06-26T14:39:33.110-03:00hai sheep...
a question, is it possible to combine...hai sheep...<br />a question, is it possible to combine the curve with its vector representative? i mean display the graph and at the same time we can see the direction of the data.naza sundaehttp://www.blogger.com/profile/15815358010544256875noreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-9101701713138538731.post-15730550359569801442009-06-24T01:47:50.734-03:002009-06-24T01:47:50.734-03:00Great job you are doing here.
Found you blog by ch...Great job you are doing here.<br />Found you blog by chance and it <br />taught me a lot about scilab.<br /><br />Thanks and keep on the good work.Filipe A. Barrosonoreply@blogger.com