Boundary and smooth the figure

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Abdulkarim Almukdad
Abdulkarim Almukdad 2021년 3월 1일
댓글: Abdulkarim Almukdad 2021년 3월 4일
I have a very larg data (X, Y, Z) and I used some codes to read the data then remove the columns that contain NaN. The below codes are used after the previous description to plot a 2D graph or 3D with Z being indicated by colors. I tried pcolor and surf but I'm getting the same two problems; 1- the figure is supposed to be perfect x-shape with an angle of 30, but in the middle some portions are connected together which is incorrect. 2- I'm looking for a way to smooth the figure in which the portions where high value of Z be distributed somehow on the adjacent points so that it can be very clear that at this location we have high value of Z (i.e., in my plots this high Z value is showing as a point). I hope that someone can help me doing this. Thanks in advance
x0 = min(x) ; x1 = max(x) ;
y0 = min(y) ; y1 = max(y) ;
xi = linspace(x0,x1,150) ;
yi = linspace(y0,y1,150) ;
[X,Y] = meshgrid(xi,yi) ;
Z = griddata(x,y,z,X,Y) ;
% Get boundary coordinates
idx = boundary(x,y) ;
xb = x(idx) ; yb = y(idx) ;
% Get points lying inside the boundary
idx = inpolygon(X,Y,xb,yb) ;
Z(~idx) = NaN ;
f=pcolor(X,Y,Z);
colorbar
shading interp
axis('equal')
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Abdulkarim Almukdad
Abdulkarim Almukdad 2021년 3월 4일
Thank you very much for your help. I think I have an idea that might solve this issue but I have zero knowledge about how to do it on matlab unfortunately. I think if the data of each side of the x is ploted and found its boundary, then the combination of both boundaries can do the job. I will try to separate the sides from excel manually by checking each column from simple plottings then I will check what will happen in matlab.

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