BUBBLEPLOT3(x,y,z,r), where x, y, z and r are four vectors of the
same length, plots bubbles of radii r in 3-space with centers at
the points whose coordinates are the elements of x, y and z. If r
is a matrix of size numel(x)x3, BUBBLEPLOT3 produces ellipsoids with
centers x(i),y(i),z(i) and radii r(i,1), r(i,2) and r(i,3).
BUBBLEPLOT3(x,y,z,r,c), where c is a rgb-triplet array (in [0,1])
with numel(x) rows, plots bubbles with colours specified by c.
BUBBLEPLOT3(x,y,z,r,c,Alpha), where Alpha is a scalar with value from
0.0 to 1.0, plots bubbles with FaceAlpha Alpha.
BUBBLEPLOT3(x,y,z,r,c,Alpha,n,m), where m and n are scalar values that
decides the size of the arrays used to render the bubbles.
The largest radius in the set is rendered with (n+1)x(n+1) points.
To increase efficiency, the number of rendering points used is
decreasing linearly with the radius but is never rendered with
fewer points than (m+1)x(m+1).
Any property-value pair setting valid for a SURFACE object can be
passed as optional parameters.
BUBBLEPLOT3 returns a column vector of handles to surface objects.
Peter (PB) Bodin (2021). BUBBLEPLOT3 (https://www.mathworks.com/matlabcentral/fileexchange/8231-bubbleplot3), MATLAB Central File Exchange. Retrieved .
Thank you! This is exactly what I'm looking for.
I have been worked on sphere packing for pouros media simulation and i would like to extracd 2D cross sections planes over the bubbleplot3d, how could i do it ?
Exactly what I am looking for!
It is very helpful.Thanks.
Exactly what I needed to plot 3D spheres, takes in three coordinates arrays and one for radius. Then, ta-da! Thanks.
thx a lot!! it helped much
Thank you for this!
This is great.
I have a question: what if I want to specify another variable as the color field and use a color bar?
Right now, the c field is a rgb-triplet. What I want is another scalar field, for example, density rho.
Even if I specify c as a rgb triplet, the colorbar is still using the z values. Is this something that can be added?
WOW!! I would give more that 5 start if I could. This is amazing and saved me hours or maybe days of work. And the picture looks really great.
It was of great help. :))
These bubbles look good enought to eat !
Thanks for the great code. It helped me a lot...
Great, exactly what i needed.
That's exactly what I was looking for a long time. Adding lighting after that makes the figure even greater. Thanks a lot, Piter. I'd give more then 5 stars if I could.
Thanks <Urs> for the valuable (as always) points. I´ve already made some minor updates and posted the code. The view3 will be added as soon as possible.
very nice and cleanly coded snippet, <peter>; one minor rant: it would be nice if you'd call <view3> in the end - and - after all...
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