Convering 4 data vectors into 3d matrix

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AHMED ADEL ALY IBRAHIM
AHMED ADEL ALY IBRAHIM on 6 Apr 2022
Edited: Tala on 7 Apr 2022
Hi, I have three vectors like this x=[1,2,3,1], y=[1,2,3,2] and z=[1,2,3,3] and a forth vector v=[10,15,20,25] which is dependant on x,y and z.
is there a way to make a 3D matrix representing the value of v in the space of x,y,z?
thanks!

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Tala
Tala on 6 Apr 2022
You can use the fourth dimension as colormap. take a look at this. in your example you could use:
x=[1,2,3,1];
y=[1,2,3,2];
z=[1,2,3,3];
v=[10,15,20,25] ;
scatter3(x,y,z,40,v,'filled') % draw the scatter plot
view(-31,14)
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Tala
Tala on 7 Apr 2022
Edited: Tala on 7 Apr 2022
I am bot sure if I understand the problem. You have x,y,z which are 1x4 and V which is 3x3. Your array dimensions should match before plotting

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