# Matlab 3 variable function plot

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Zeynab Mousavikhamene 2020년 5월 7일
댓글: Ameer Hamza 2020년 5월 10일
The equation is:
f(X1,X2,X3)=bt1.x1+bt2.X2+bt3.X3+b1
bt1 to bt3 and b1 are all constants.
and I want to plot it in 3D. I tried a couple of functions like:
figure
syms x1 x2 x3
fimplicit3(Beta(1)*x1+Beta(2)*x2+Beta(3)*x3+b(1))
but it retunrs nothing.
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Zeynab Mousavikhamene 2020년 5월 8일
You are right I am plotting solution for f=0. I changed the interval and did not show anything.

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Ameer Hamza 2020년 5월 7일
fimplicit3 is used to plot implicit equations with three variables. What you have is 4D data (3 input variables, 1 output variable). You need to use a 4D visualization function, like slice(), to visualize your function. See this example
Beta(1)= -294449.131783462;
Beta(2)=14.7170998874722;
Beta(3)=-0.127560549560172;
b(1) = 87293272725.0805;
f=@(x1,x2,x3) Beta(1).*x1+Beta(2).*x2+Beta(3).*x3+b(1);
[X1,X2,X3] = meshgrid(linspace(-1,1));
V = f(X1,X2,X3);
slice(X1, X2, X3, V, [-0.5 0.5], 0.3, 0)
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Ameer Hamza 2020년 5월 10일
I haven't used zlim in my code in the comment. Have you tried running that code?

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Tommy 2020년 5월 8일
You can pick any interval. Your plot will only show something if solutions to f=0 lie within the interval. [0, 0, -b1/Beta(3)] is a clear solution. -b1/Beta(3) is on the order of 1e11, so how about this:
Beta(1)= -294449.131783462;
Beta(2)=14.7170998874722;
Beta(3)=-0.127560549560172;
b(1)=87293272725.0805;
f=@(x1,x2,x3) Beta(1).*x1+Beta(2).*x2+Beta(3).*x3+b(1);
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