Hello,
I am trying to plot the density of a 3D simulation for only the first quadrant of a simulation. Since there is only one quadrant of data, I would like to eliminate the empty space and focus on only the data . I have gotten to a point where I have manipulated the graph to show only the data, but now the domain and range of the graph are wrong. Is there a way to set the x and y limits for a 3D plot?
Thanks, Owen
Hi Owen,
Which type of 3D plotting are you doing? Are you using matplotlib, volume rendering, or something else? Thanks,
Matt
On Thu, Aug 28, 2014 at 11:13 AM, Owen McCrossan omccrossan2814@gmail.com wrote:
Hello,
I am trying to plot the density of a 3D simulation for only the
first quadrant of a simulation. Since there is only one quadrant of data, I would like to eliminate the empty space and focus on only the data . I have gotten to a point where I have manipulated the graph to show only the data, but now the domain and range of the graph are wrong. Is there a way to set the x and y limits for a 3D plot?
Thanks, Owen
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