Forwarding this to the list....
I'm curious if you run into another problem I recently reported. Can
you do, e.g.:
import copy
import pylab as P
import matplotlib.axes3d as P3
def test() :
[X,Y] = P.meshgrid(P.linspace(3,3,7),P.linspace(3,3,7))
Z = copy.deepcopy(X)
Z1 = copy.deepcopy(X)
for i in xrange(len(X)) :
for j in xrange(len(X[0])) :
Z[i][j] = X[i][j]*Y[i][j]
Z1[i][j] = X[i][j]*Y[i][j]  5
P.close('all')
fig = P.figure()
ax = P3.Axes3D(fig)
ax.plot3d(ravel(X),ravel(Y),ravel(Z),'r.')
or do you instead get an error in matplotlib's axes.py, complaining
about self.autoscale_view and a scalex parameter? For more on the
hack I made to axes.py file which then allowed me to use plot3d, see
http://www.mailarchive.com/matplotlibusers@.../
msg03041.html.
Thanks for providing more info.
b
Begin forwarded message:
> From: "Richard Brown" <rgbrown@...>
> Date: April 11, 2007 8:41:37 PM PDT
> To: "belinda thom" <bthom@...>
> Subject: Re: [Matplotlibusers] 3d plotting question
>
> On 12/04/07, belinda thom <bthom@...> wrote:
>> I also seem to have some other 3D plotting problems. Again, following
>> some of the demo/test advice in the cookbook, I tried things like
>>
>> import pylab as p
>> import matplotlib.axes3d as P3
>> P3.test_surface()
>
> I too just encountered the same problem  what is the last version of
> mpl for which doing this worked? (I'm using 0.9 revision 3131)
>
> 
> Richard Brown
> Ph.D. Candidate
> Dept. of Mechanical Engineering
> University of Canterbury, NZ
