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How can I go from a 3D line plot to HTML using MATLAB?

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Margaret Redford
Margaret Redford on 6 Apr 2017
Edited: Walter Roberson on 9 Apr 2017
I have a 3D line composed of a set of (x,y,z) coordinates that I would like to plot and export as HTML (or an intermediate that can be simply/efficiently be converted into HTML). I found an exciting and promising potential solution here: using a program off the fileshare called Javaview. Unfortunately, while the program output is exactly what I am looking for, the input is not of the appropriate type. It calls for a surface (z = f(x,y)) instead of a line (where in this case there's a unique (x,y) for each z instead of the other way around. It then writes this to an STL file and ultimately a javaview file + HTML.
MY QUESTION: can this be modified to suit a line? Is there a way to construct an STL file from a line (perhaps if it's given a thickness for dimensional purposes) using matlab? Or another way of going from 3D line graph to interactive graph HTML using MATLAB I am not aware of?
Any and all solutions/ ideas welcome!


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