2.8.15 interp3


Menu Information

Analysis: Mathematics: 3D Interpolation

Brief Information

Perform 3D interpolation

Command Line Usage

1. interp3 (Col(1), Col(2), Col(3), Col(4)) pts:=5;

Variables

Display
Name
Variable
Name
I/O
and
Type
Default
Value
Description
Input irng

Input

Range

The input range.

Number of Points in Each Dimension pts

Input

int

10

Number of points in each dimension.

X Minimum xmin

Input

double

Specifies the X minimum value of this interpolation.

X Maximum xmax

Input

double

Specifies the X maximum value of this interpolation.

Y Minimum ymin

Input

double

Specifies the Y minimum value of this interpolation.

Y Maximum ymax

Input

double

Specifies the Y maximum value of this interpolation.

Z Minimum zmin

Input

double

Specifies the Z minimum value of this interpolation.

Z Maximum zmax

Input

double

Specifies the Z maximum value of this interpolation.

Output rd

Output

ReportData

[<input>]<new>

The output result.


Examples

  1. Import the data \Samples\Mathematics\3D Interpolation.dat.
  2. Highlight column C and right-click. In the fly-out menu, select Set As : Z to set it as Z column. Then click Plot : 3D XYZ : 3D Scatter to create a 3D graph.
  3. To give a visual impression on what the original data is, we can set column D as symbol size. Double click the 3D Scatter to bring up the Plot Details dialog. Expand all branches on the left panel and select Original. Then in the Symbol tab of right panel, select Col(F) from Size drop-down list and click OK. The 3D Scatter will looks like:
    Interp3 help English files image002.jpg
  4. To interpolate these data, active the worksheet, and select Analysis : Mathematics : 3D Interpolation to bring up the X-Function dialog. Enter column X, Y, Z, F to Input branch respectively. Enter 5 on Number of Points in Each Dimension box, which means it will generate 5*5*5 = 125 interpolated points. Then click OK to do interpolation.
  5. To verify the result, active the output result worksheet, and plot a 3D scatter plot as above, using Col(F) as symbol size. The interpolated graph will looks like:
    Interp3 help English files image004.jpg


More Information

Please refer to this page in the User Guide for more information:

  • Description
  • Algorithm


Related X-Functions

minterp2


Keywords:interpolate