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PLMESH(3plplot) | PLplot API | PLMESH(3plplot) |

# NAME¶

**plmesh**- Plot surface mesh

# SYNOPSIS¶

**plmesh**(

*x*,

*y*,

*z*,

*nx*,

*ny*,

*opt*)

# DESCRIPTION¶

Plots a surface mesh within the environment set up by**plw3d**(3plplot). The surface is defined by the matrix

*z*[

*nx*][

*ny*] , the point

*z*[i][j] being the value of the function at (

*x*[i],

*y*[j]). Note that the points in vectors

*x*and

*y*do not need to be equally spaced, but must be stored in ascending order. The parameter

*opt*controls the way in which the surface is displayed. For further details see the PLplot documentation.

Redacted form: **plmesh(x, y, z, opt)**

This function is used in example 11.

# ARGUMENTS¶

*x*(**PLFLT_VECTOR**(3plplot), input)- A vector containing the x coordinates at which the function is evaluated.
*y*(**PLFLT_VECTOR**(3plplot), input)- A vector containing the y coordinates at which the function is evaluated.
*z*(**PLFLT_MATRIX**(3plplot), input)- A matrix containing function values to plot. Should have dimensions of
*nx*by*ny*. *nx*(**PLINT**(3plplot), input)- Number of
*x*values at which function has been evaluated. *ny*(**PLINT**(3plplot), input)- Number of
*y*values at which function has been evaluated. *opt*(**PLINT**(3plplot), input)- Determines the way in which the surface is represented:
*opt*=DRAW_LINEX : Lines are drawn showing*z*as a function of*x*for each value of*y*[j] .*opt*=DRAW_LINEY : Lines are drawn showing*z*as a function of*y*for each value of*x*[i] .*opt*=DRAW_LINEXY : Network of lines is drawn connecting points at which function is defined.

# AUTHORS¶

Many developers (who are credited at http://plplot.org/credits.php) have contributed to PLplot over its long history.# SEE ALSO¶

PLplot documentation at http://plplot.org/documentation.php.June, 2021 |