File Exchange

image thumbnail

Surface2VTK

version 1.0 (3.43 KB) by

Interpolates scattered data and saves the result to a vtk file.

1 Download

Updated

View License

surface2vtk. Given the scattered data r and its co-ordinates x,y,z,
surface2vtk interpolates the data to a regular grid and saves the
resulting surface as a vtk file
e.g. surface2vtk(x,y,z,r,'surface.vtk')

For info about more complicated interpolation or translating different datasets to VTK please contact.

Comments and Ratings (4)

James Ramm

Theres no requirement for integer inputs

Luke

Luke (view profile)

I noticed that the inputs have to be integers and what I have are floats. I could always just multiply my values by a scalar to make them whole numbers. Is there any other way to work around that problem?

James Ramm

further:
If you wish to export a surface which has only 1 colour, simply create a vector, r, which has the same length as x,y and z and only 1 value.

Luke

Luke (view profile)

James,

This is a great idea of how to save a surface from MATLAB but could you explain the imputs in a little more detail? What is the scattered data "r" that you have? I am assuming that is not the actually points because that is the x, y, and z variables. Could you help me understand that a little more?

Thanks,
Luke

MATLAB Release
MATLAB 7.9 (R2009b)

Download apps, toolboxes, and other File Exchange content using Add-On Explorer in MATLAB.

» Watch video