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Re: plot (x,y,z) triplets as a surface?

In article <7vrdi6$8ov$1@nnrp1.deja.com>,
  Andrew <noymer@my-deja.com> wrote:
> In article <941660333.808073@clam-55>,
>   "Mark Hadfield" <m.hadfield@niwa.cri.nz> wrote:

> No amount of rotation, changing aspect, etc., can switch between
> RH/LH, but there must be some clever way to REFORM the data to get RH
> or LH system?  The trick is to be very sure the axis labels are
> correct at the end of it all.
> Thanks to those who responded.  Any ideas about the RH/LH systems?
> Sometimes I mess with surfaces from a million angles, only to find
> the ONLY way to make them "look right" is to switch to a LH coordinate
> system.  It's simple yet very powerful.
> Thanks in advance if you have any more thoughts.
Consider using the rotate function to rotate/transpose the array.
A judicious combination of that with axis reversal should give
you what you want.


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