line¶

steno3d.
line
(...)¶
Create and plot a Steno3D Line resource
steno3d.line(X, Y, Z)
creates a Steno3D Project with a Line resource
defined by vectors X
, Y
, and Z
. If X
, Y
, and Z
are matrices of the same
size, only one Line resource is created but separate columns are
disconnected.
steno3d.line(segments, vertices)
creates a Steno3D Project with a Line
resource defined by segments
, n x 2 matrix of vertex indices, and
vertices
, m x 3 matrix of spatial coordinates.
steno3d.line(..., color)
creates a Line resource of the given color,
where color
is a 1x3 RGB color, hex color string, named color string,
or ‘random’.
steno3d.line(..., title1, data1, ..., titleN, dataN)
adds any number of
titled datasets to the Line resource. title
must be a string and data
must be an n x 1 or an m x 1 vector, where n is the number of segments
and m is the number of vertices. If m == n, the data location will
default to segments. Data may also be added with steno3d.addData()
.
steno3d.line(project, ...)
adds the Line resource to project,
an
existing Steno3D Project. project
may also be a figure or axes handle
that was created by a Steno3D plotting function.
project = steno3d.line(...)
returns project
, the Steno3D Project that
contains the new Line resource.
[project, line] = steno3d.line(...)
returns project
, the Steno3D
Project, and line
, the new Line resource.
Unlike the MATLAB builtin line function, steno3d.line
requires 3D data
and does not support any additional property/value pairs. After
creating a Line resource with steno3d.line
, properties of the Line
object can be directly modified.
Example:
x = 0:pi/10:4*pi;
[proj, lin] = steno3d.line( ...
x, cos(x), sin(x), 'k', 'Cosine Vert Data', cos(x) ...
);
lin.Title = 'Example Line';
lin.Description = 'Trig functions with random data';
proj.Title = 'Project with one Line';
proj.upload()
See more EXAMPLES
See also steno3d.core.Line, steno3d.upload, steno3d.addData, steno3d.core.Project