From: Thomas Sefzick <t.sefzick@fz...> - 2012-05-22 07:24:09
when using 'dgrid3d' the z values in the plot are computed as weighted
or spline interpolation of scattered points. the usage of 'dgrid3d' makes
for non-grid data.
you have grid data, so the only thing you need to do is to seperate the
(representing y-isolines) with an empty line in the datafile, i.e. a blank
each x=-20 and x=-6.
then 'unset dgrid3d' and 'splot' again.
> I'm starting using gnuplot and I had a problem generating a 3d plot
> using the attached file.
> Altough all points for x = -8 has better values than x=-6, the plot
> indicates better values for -6 than for -8.
> Following are the parameters I have used:
> set pm3d
> set dgrid3d 5,10
> set palette defined (0 "black", 0.63 "green", 0.65 "blue", 0.70 "cyan",
> 0.72 "yellow", 0.73 "orange", 1 "red")
> Could you please help me to configure it properly?
> http://old.nabble.com/file/p33886480/P250_GG1_SP.csv P250_GG1_SP.csv
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