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Thanks for the reply. The MATLAB doc says 
X=1:N, Y=1:M, Z=1:P where [M,N,P]=size(V). 
Regarding the XI, YI and ZI MATLAB doc says:
XI,YI, ZI must be arrays of the same size, or vectors. Vector arguments that are not the same size, and have mixed orientations (i.e. with both row and column vectors) are passed through meshgrid to create the Y1, Y2, Y3 arrays.

I'm not clear on the last statement. Anyway can you suggest a method I can use to obtain the intensities at the two intermediate layers (as mentioned in the initial post). Is there any other function I could use?

Thanks.

Gupt



"Bruno Luong" <b.luong@fogale.findmycountry> wrote in message <hfdmmj$ql5$1@fred.mathworks.com>...
> BTW, INTERP3 is overkill, INTERP1 is enough
> 
> Bruno