#### Topic: Whether it is possible such to draw in gnuplot

It is necessary to draw something like the such?
And that it was possible in UI a mouse there to twist from the different sides.
Not a type surface z = f (x, y). And the cloud of independent points is simple.

#### Re: Whether it is possible such to draw in gnuplot

mayton wrote:

Not a type surface z = f (x, y). And the cloud of independent points is simple.

From sketchy review of demos to me it is clear that there there are arrays. Hence f (x, y) can return and array [x, y], that is to be a table valued function. And to draw result as a surface or points is  in the documentation.

#### Re: Whether it is possible such to draw in gnuplot

Under links from their site of creators
https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/Cate … t_diagrams
Here - a collection of pictures. And I really do not see any
Similar to a cloud of points.

#### Re: Whether it is possible such to draw in gnuplot

mayton wrote:

And I really do not see any similar to a cloud of points.

#### Re: Whether it is possible such to draw in gnuplot

There it is above written.
x^2+y^2
4+x^2+y^2
z it is calculated as function from x, y.
And at me z - independent argument. A type label

x1, y1, z1
x2, y2, z2
....

#### Re: Whether it is possible such to draw in gnuplot

mayton wrote:

And at me z - independent argument. A type label

Look glass at an example. There it is just drawn  from points on independent coordinates.

#### Re: Whether it is possible such to draw in gnuplot

And generally apropos "a mouse to twist": to you, a campaign, the game engine of type unity is necessary.

Gnuplot twists.

#### Re: Whether it is possible such to draw in gnuplot

Then here: http://lowrank.net/gnuplot/plot3d2-e.html
Only instead of "with lines", seemingly, it is necessary for you "with points".

#### Re: Whether it is possible such to draw in gnuplot

About it is closer. I will check up.

#### Re: Whether it is possible such to draw in gnuplot

Dimitry Sibiryakov, it seems it turns out. Without shades truth. But also a horse-radish with them.
Thanks Dmitry.