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hi yehonatan
Indeed i have any experience with matlab plotting. And i am willing to learn more about it.
the data list especially for the "r" vector are obtained by a numerical simulation.
the "r'' vector is associated to the [theta,phi] direction
and [x,y,z] is the representation in cartesian coordinates of the curve i want to plot to define the variation of "r" in the all space.

thanks for your help
best regards