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Converting 2D plots into a 3D plot

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Muhammad Arsal Akram
Muhammad Arsal Akram on 20 Apr 2020
Answered: Jyotsna Talluri on 23 Apr 2020
I have total 4 arrays.
waterdepth = [] (10 values)
velocities = [] (corresponding to the 10 values of depths)
time=[] (10 values)
velocities = []=(corresponding to the 10 values of time)
I am able to plot two graphs seperately but I want to show how velocity is changing with both waterdepth and time in a single 3D plot.... How can I plot one?

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Tommy
Tommy on 20 Apr 2020
Do the values in waterdepth correspond in any way to the values in time?
Muhammad Arsal Akram
Muhammad Arsal Akram on 20 Apr 2020
Not really... For a fixed waterdepth I have 10 velocity values at 10 different time points
And at a fixed time point I have 10 different velocity values at 10 different depths
But as said, depths do not correspond to time in any way ...

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Jyotsna Talluri
Jyotsna Talluri on 23 Apr 2020
As you have 3 vectors waterdepth,time and velocities, you can plot a 3D scatter plot by making use of scatter3 function.
Refer to the documentation of scatter3 function

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