# multiple axis joint rotation

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Geraldine Maria Palacios Torres 2021년 10월 28일
답변: Arthi Sathyamurthi 2021년 12월 27일
hi!
I have used scatter3 to plot 3 different data sets that are contained within the same volume (x,y,z)
the problem is I would like for the 3 data sets to rotate together along any axis. How can i do that?
I have tried using this code
t = tiledlayout(1,1);
axcb1 = axes(t);
axcb2 = axes(t);
axcb3 = axes(t);
axcb2.Visible = 'off';
axcb1.Visible = 'off';
rotate3d on
also I tried linking the axes with
but it tells me it is only for a maximum of 2 axis
is there any way I can link all data together?
because when i click the rotation icon, only one data set rotates and it looks like it is in another plane
i attach an image for reference
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Geraldine Maria Palacios Torres 2021년 11월 1일
it didn't :(
only the last data set moves when rotating, the ones plotted first don't

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Matt J 2021년 11월 1일
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Matt J 2021년 11월 1일
in fact, it only plots one point of one data set
The code I gave you doesn't have any plotting commands. That must be coming from somewhere else.

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Matt J 2021년 11월 1일
편집: Matt J 2021년 11월 1일
I have used scatter3 to plot 3 different data sets that are contained within the same volume (x,y,z)
If so, why are you attempting to put them in 3 different axes? Why not just use hold on and hold off to add them to the same axes. That way, you don't have to fuss with axis linking, e.g.,
for i=1:3
X=rand(5,1); Y=rand(5,1); Z=rand(5,1);
scatter3(X,Y,Z,'filled','SizeData',50)
hold on
end
hold off
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Matt J 2021년 11월 1일
But you showed us a section of your code where you are creating 3 separate axes.
axcb1 = axes(t);
axcb2 = axes(t);
axcb3 = axes(t);
That shouldn't be there if you're following what I outlined. I suggest you attach a .mat file containing your data and also post the complete code that plots them, so we can better see what's going on.

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Arthi Sathyamurthi 2021년 12월 27일
Hello,
In addition to the above suggestions, you can also try the view([azimuth_angle elevation_angle]). You can also refer to the examples in the link here for more information.

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