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How to plot a surface 3d plot using this function?

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TIME=1:1:100;
Z=1:1:100;
[X,Y]=meshgrid(TIME,Z);
P=12242-28.649.*cos(6.28.*TIME+1.33.*Z)-1702.3.*sin(6.28.*TIME+1.33.*Z)-495.13.*cos(12.57.*TIME+2.67*Z)+986.71.*sin(12.57.*TIME+2.67.*Z)+498.18.*cos(18.85.*TIME+4.*Z)-398.52.*sin(18.85.*TIME+4.*Z)-319.34.*cos(25.13.*TIME+5.33.*Z)+165.06.*sin(25.13.*TIME+5.33.*Z)+213.61.*cos(31.42.*TIME+6.67.*Z)-71.69.*sin(31.47.*TIME+6.67.*Z)-151.29.*cos(37.7.*TIME+8.*Z)+29.867.*sin(37.7.*TIME+8.*Z)+112.34.*cos(43.98.*TIME+9.33.*Z)-9.378.*sin(43.98.*TIME+9.33.*Z)-86.576.*cos(50.266.*TIME+10.667.*Z)-1.2438.*sin(50.266.*TIME+10.667.*Z);
surf(Z,P,TIME)
The error is always the same:
??? Error using ==> surf at 78 Z must be a matrix, not a scalar or vector.
Error in ==> signal at 5 surf(Z,P,TIME)
Can anybody help me on this?..Any help will be appreciated. THanks and have a nice day :)

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Star Strider
Star Strider 3 Sep 2012
편집: Star Strider 3 Sep 2012
The easiest way to do what you want is to convert P into an anonymous function and pass it the correct arguments:
TIME=1:1:100;
Z=1:1:100;
[X,Y]=meshgrid(TIME,Z);
P=@(TIME,Z) 12242-28.649.*cos(6.28.*TIME+1.33.*Z)-1702.3.*sin(6.28.*TIME+1.33.*Z)-495.13.*cos(12.57.*TIME+2.67*Z)+986.71.*sin(12.57.*TIME+2.67.*Z)+498.18.*cos(18.85.*TIME+4.*Z)-398.52.*sin(18.85.*TIME+4.*Z)-319.34.*cos(25.13.*TIME+5.33.*Z)+165.06.*sin(25.13.*TIME+5.33.*Z)+213.61.*cos(31.42.*TIME+6.67.*Z)-71.69.*sin(31.47.*TIME+6.67.*Z)-151.29.*cos(37.7.*TIME+8.*Z)+29.867.*sin(37.7.*TIME+8.*Z)+112.34.*cos(43.98.*TIME+9.33.*Z)-9.378.*sin(43.98.*TIME+9.33.*Z)-86.576.*cos(50.266.*TIME+10.667.*Z)-1.2438.*sin(50.266.*TIME+10.667.*Z);
Pmtx = P(X,Y);
surfc(X,Y,Pmtx)

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fremond khoo
fremond khoo 3 Sep 2012
Thanks a lot :) it helps greatly :)
Star Strider
Star Strider 3 Sep 2012
It is my pleasure to help!

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