scatter¶

steno3d.
scatter
(...)¶
Create and plot a Steno3D Point resource
steno3d.scatter(XYZ)
creates a Steno3D Project with a Point resource
defined by n x 3 matrix XYZ
.
steno3d.scatter(X, Y, Z)
creates a Steno3D Project with a Point
resource defined by equalsized vectors or matrices X
, Y
, and Z
.
steno3d.scatter(..., color)
creates a Point resource of the give color,
where color
is a 1x3 RGB color, hex color string, named color string,
or ‘random’.
steno3d.scatter(..., title1, data1, ..., titleN, dataN)
adds any number
of titled datasets to the Point resource. title
must be a string and
data
must be an matrix or vector that, when flattened, is length n,
where n is the number of points. (For more details see steno3d.addData()
)
steno3d.scatter(project, ...)
adds the Point 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.scatter(...)
returns project
, the Steno3D Project
that contains the new Point resource.
[project, points] = steno3d.scatter(...)
returns project
, the Steno3D
Project, and points
, the new Point resource.
steno3d.scatter
is more similar to the MATLAB builtin function scatter3
than the builtin function scatter since it requres a 3D dataset.
Unlike the builtin functions, steno3d.scatter
does not support any
additional property/value pairs. After creating a Point resource with
steno3d.scatter
, properties for the Point object can be directly
modified.
Example:
x = 0:pi/10:4*pi;
[myProject, myPoints] = steno3d.scatter( ...
[x(:) cos(x(:)+0.2) sin(x(:))], [0 .5 .5], ...
'Random Data', rand(size(x)) ...
);
myPoints.Title = 'Example Points';
myPoints.Description = 'Trig functions with random data';
myProject.Title = 'Project with one set of Points';
myProject.Public = true;
steno3d.upload(myProject);
See more EXAMPLES
See also steno3d.core.Point, steno3d.upload, steno3d.addData, steno3d.addImage, steno3d.core.Project