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"Marcin " <mb1234@gazeta.pl> wrote in message <ht5gc5$cl0$1@fred.mathworks.com>...

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> You are right of course with the ball. But let's assume that it's an ellipsoid-like shape (or flattened ball), it is rotated and I want to align it with the xy plane. How would I do that?
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How is that any different from the case of a perfect sphere? Do you know which axis of the ellipsoid was originally parallel to the z-axis?  If so, eliciting that info from you has been like pulling teeth.