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Problem with Plot 3D

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ragnor
ragnor 2021년 7월 19일
댓글: ragnor 2021년 7월 23일
Hello Matlab Community,
I am trying to plot a 3D coloured with some data, however the plot is looking a bit different. The negative and positive values in the Z matrix are identical only difference is the sign. But the plot doesnt look identical in the negative and positive axis. It would be great if someone could help me with this.
data = readtable('Data1.xlsx');
x = data(:,1:3);
x = table2array(x);
t = data(:,4);
t = table2array(t);
X = x(:,1);
Y = x(:,3);
Z = t;
N = 200 ;
x = linspace(min(X),max(X),N) ;
y = linspace(min(Y),max(Y),N) ;
[Xi,Yi] = meshgrid(x,y) ;
Zi = griddata(X,Y,Z,Xi,Yi) ;
surf(Xi,Yi,Zi)
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ragnor
ragnor 2021년 7월 23일
Hello Mr. Rik
I have added the excel sheet back, it was just a silly recording mistake and the corrected file is already uploaded by the person who answered the question.
Also, thanks for you valuable advice. Will keep it mind.
Regards

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Cris LaPierre
Cris LaPierre 2021년 7월 19일
편집: Cris LaPierre 2021년 7월 19일
It looks like, in your Excel sheet, you have erroneously recorded all Y values of -7 as 7. That could explain part of the issue.
Once that is done, you might quickly view the results with the following code.
% Load data
data = readtable('Data1.xlsx','VariableNamingRule',"preserve");
data.Properties.VariableNames = ["X","F_sw","Y","Z"];
% order the data
data = sortrows(data,["X","Y"]);
X = unique(data.X);
Y = unique(data.Y);
Z = reshape(data.Z,[length(Y),length(X)]);
% View
figure
surf(X,Y,Z)
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Cris LaPierre
Cris LaPierre 2021년 7월 20일
Legend items correspond to plot objects. If you want two items in your legend, you need two distinct objects in your axes. You currently have one, a surface. Create your surface using surf, and add a second object for your markers, perhaps using scatter, and then you can create a legend with 2 items in it.
% Load data
data = readtable('Data1.xlsx');
Warning: Column headers from the file were modified to make them valid MATLAB identifiers before creating variable names for the table. The original column headers are saved in the VariableDescriptions property.
Set 'VariableNamingRule' to 'preserve' to use the original column headers as table variable names.
data.Properties.VariableNames = ["X","F_sw","Y","Z"];
% order the data
data = sortrows(data,["X","Y"]);
X = unique(data.X);
Y = unique(data.Y);
Z = reshape(data.Z,[length(Y),length(X)]);
% View
figure(1)
scatter3(data.X,data.Y,data.Z,12,[1 0 0],"filled","MarkerEdgeColor",[0 0 0])
hold on
s = surf(X,Y,Z,"FaceColor",[0.784 0.816 0.831]);
hold off
xlabel('DC-Link Voltage (V)',"FontSize",10,"FontWeight","normal");
ylabel('Phase Current (A)',"FontSize",10,"FontWeight","normal");
zlabel('Error Voltage (V)',"FontSize",10,"FontWeight","normal");
title('title','FontSize',10,'fontweight', 'normal');
legend("Label 1","Label 2")

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