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How to make a grid plot with 3 parameters

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aa on 10 Sep 2020
Commented: aa on 10 Sep 2020
Hi everyone,
May some one help me,
I have data in (x,y,x). I want to plot z in teh grid of x,y with a shift of 0.01
(Detail: I have 85000 values for x, y and Z. Where x is ranging from -129.0 to -131.0 and Y is 45.0 to 47.0. I want to plot teh values of z in a grid of x,y with an increment 0.1 for both x and y.
For example, zone 1 (-131.0 to -130.9, 45.0-45.1) include the z-values for this region and so on.
Data is presented as below:

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Ameer Hamza
Ameer Hamza on 10 Sep 2020
Edited: Ameer Hamza on 10 Sep 2020
For example,
X = %[85000x1] vector
Y = %[85000x1] vector
Z = %[85000x1] vector
[xq, yq] = meshgrid(-129:0.1:-131, 45:0.1:47);
zq = griddata(X, Y, Z, xq, yq);
surf(xq, yq, zq);

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aa on 10 Sep 2020
I want to plot the z point in x-y grid as a scatter data after that I will to futher analzye teh data points in each grid
Ameer Hamza
Ameer Hamza on 10 Sep 2020
Can you show an example of what is the expected output? Do you have an example figure?
aa
aa on 10 Sep 2020
unfortunatly, i did not find anything like this, but let me calculate the whole data thenI will back to you

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