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Re: Plotting a 3D Array In IDL

> How many points did you say this array had?

Between 3,000 and 4,000.

David Fanning <david@dfanning.com> wrote:
> K. Banerjee writes:
>> Say I have a 3D array whose elements are only 1 or 0. I'd like to plot
>> this array, say a white dot for the 1's and a red dot for the 0's. Is there
>> a way I can do this in IDL?
>> (I'm fairly new to IDL and thre's probably a straight forward
>> way to do this!)

> In my experience when a new user asks a 
> question for which he expects a straight-forward
> response, there is about a one in ten chance
> one exists. I'm afraid you are not that lucky. :-(

> There are ways to do this in IDL alright. But
> none (I don't think) that can be explained
> adequately in a newsgroup article. Perhaps one
> of the brethren with time on his hands could
> code up an example. Preferably one using tiny
> spheres as the points. :-)

> Cheers,

> David

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