shadedpcolor displays one dataset in color, and a second by varying the intensity of the pixels in the image. We use this for displaying the vertical gradients in a field on top of the field itself. It really makes the field more three-d. A similar effect can be achieved by using lighting, but this is much more deterministic.
For the above picture I ran:
shadedpcolor(x,z,U,(dU),[-1 1]/4,[-1 1]/300,0.7,cmp,0);
Jody Klymak (2021). Shaded pseudo color (https://www.mathworks.com/matlabcentral/fileexchange/14157-shaded-pseudo-color), MATLAB Central File Exchange. Retrieved .
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