# customized 2D Cartesian plot

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BeeTiaw on 20 Dec 2018
Commented: BeeTiaw on 20 Dec 2018
Dear expert,
Could anyone help me to customize a Cartesian plot? the problem is as follow:
I have the following dataset which I want to plot into Cartesian axis.
data=[
% x y Temp
0.8470 0.0805 -0.6176
0.8476 0.1598 -0.6179
0.8477 0.2376 -0.6157
0.8471 0.3141 -0.6131
0.8466 0.3894 -0.6156
0.8469 0.4622 -0.6228
0.8477 0.5311 -0.6255
0.8480 0.5953 -0.6130
0.8472 0.6551 -0.5939
0.8461 0.7109 -0.6022
0.8465 0.7612 -0.6653
0.8485 0.8024 -0.7563
0.8492 0.8309 -0.2977
0.8431 0.8456 5.6075
0.8251 0.8494 8.3770
0.7932 0.8479 4.9443
0.7493 0.8462 3.7959
0.6973 0.8463 3.3363
0.6405 0.8475 3.1260
0.5796 0.8480 2.9271
0.5143 0.8475 2.6897
0.4443 0.8467 2.5026
0.3707 0.8467 2.4095
0.2951 0.8473 2.3851
0.2182 0.8478 2.3667
0.1401 0.8475 2.3135
0.0604 0.8469 2.2550];
The first and second colums are the coordinate of a quater-square in {x,y} and the third column is the measurement.
The value in the third column is to be plotted as shown in the figure below.
The "zero" of each "Temp" starts at the boundary of their corresponding {x,y}
How can I achieve this?
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BeeTiaw on 20 Dec 2018
Hi Kalyan,
That's correct: to plot (x,y) position in xy plane with temp value.

KSSV on 20 Dec 2018
x = data(:,1) ; y = data(:,2) ; z = data(:,3) ;
figure
plot3(x,y,z);
figure
scatter(x,y,20,z,'filled')
BeeTiaw on 20 Dec 2018
Thanks, but this code does not produce a 2D plot as shown in the example.

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