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"Juan " <asdfchanta@gmail.com> wrote in message <ibpl3b$lga$1@fred.mathworks.com>...
> Ive got 3 matrix and i want to create a new curve from them.
> 
> http://www.equalis.com/resource/dynamic/forums/20101114_112114_12941.png
> 
> The blue lines are the graph i want.
> 
> Ive done this: 
> 
> angf = [40;42;44;46;40;42;44;46;40;42;44;46;40;42;44;46] ;
> angt = [35;35;35;35;37;37;37;37;39;39;39;39;41;41;41;41] ;
> dist = [6.22;0.15;0;0;9.62;5.63;0.67;0;12.93;9.35;5.56;1.1;16.64;12.48;8.88;5.26]
> 
> What should i do next, to get the curve for d=1
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  I would guess that the "blue lines" you refer are obtained using matlab's 'contour' function.  The 'angf', 'anft', and 'dist' vectors are its inputs, along with the desired contour levels.

Roger Stafford