Below is a demonstration of the features of the scatterV function


clear; close all; clc;


[hp]=scatterV(V); [hp]=scatterV(V,scatterMarkerSize,C); [hp]=scatterV(V,scatterMarkerSize,C,'filled');


This function is similar to scatter3 except that the coordinate set can be specified in a single nx3 array. In fact the function simply does: hp=scatter3(V(:,1),V(:,2),V(:,3),varargin{:}); In other words all additional inputs are directly passed to the scatter3 function.

See also: scatter3


Create example coordinates V and color data C

[F,V]=geoSphere(3,1); %Gettting vertices of a sphere
C=V(:,3); %The color data
scatterMarkerSize=50; %The marker size to use
cFigure; hold on;
gpatch(F,V,'kw','none',0.1); %Visualize surface

scatterV(V,scatterMarkerSize,C,'filled'); %using scatterV



Kevin Mattheus Moerman, [email protected]

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