How to Plot a 3-d matrix, so I can see the image it represents?

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Thiago
Thiago on 21 Feb 2011
Hello everyone, I'm trying to use a command similar to "imagesc(figure);" but, instead of showing a 2-d image, I want to plot the 3-d matrix (that contains all the 2-d figures)...I don't know if I made myself clear...if not, please just tell me... but the main idea is: I captured several images of slices of rat brain, and I want to reconstuct the 3d brain, so we can study the changes... thank you for the attencion!

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jiro
jiro on 21 Feb 2011
Perhaps you can read up on Volume Visualization Techniques. There's an example on viewing MRI data.
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Thiago
Thiago on 21 Feb 2011
thanks for the help Jiro Doke.I will study this section "Techniques for Visualizing Scalar Volume Data".
problem solved thanks to Jiro Doke!

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