version (42.7 KB) by Eric Pahlke
Drop-in "surf" replacement for irregularly sampled data sets


Updated 23 Mar 2016

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surf() is a great visualization tool, but it requires x and y coordinates to be gridded. If collecting x, y, and z data from an experiment, you often wind up with a random collection of x-y points, which cannot be plotted using surf. surfarb uses delaunay triangulation to generate a surface from an arbitrary collection of points, and can be used as a drop-in replacement for surf for these kinds of data sets.

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Eric Pahlke (2022). surfarb.m (, MATLAB Central File Exchange. Retrieved .

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Created with R2015b
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