Hi,

If the answer to this is too easy, do not fear -- it is probably right, i simply am brand brand new to MATLAB. All I need to do is make a 3d landscape model, just like this:

http://www.yqcomputer.com/

But with a few data points. For instance, I want peaks to be at 41,57,28,56,and 27.

Is that easy? Hard? I'm toying with mesh and peaks and everything, slowly parsing new MATLAB terms. Any help appreciated.

Thanks.

Perhaps surf() to plot it, and griddata() or interp2() to fill in the missing points so that you have a complete 2D array.

Gridfit will do it for you. However, the major factor is

how many data points you have. If you have too few

points, then it is simply impossible to resolve a surface

well.

http://www.yqcomputer.com/

John

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