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3D vector problem


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Graph 3D Vectors

The important thing is the vector data is in the form {$ x\;y\;z\;\Delta x\; \Delta y\;\Delta z\; $} or in other words, the starting point and then the offset. This is not the way arrows work when entered with 'to.'

set xrange[-3:7]  
set yrange[-3:7]  
set zrange[-3:7] 
set xzeroaxis lt 0  
set yzeroaxis lt 0  
set zzeroaxis lt 0  
set xyplane at 0
set title "Problem Set 1.1"
$va<<EOD
0 0 0 2 3 4
EOD
$vb<<EOD
0 0 0 -1 3 -2
EOD
$vc<<EOD
0 0 0 1 6 2
EOD
$vd<<EOD
2 3 4 -1 3 -2
EOD
$ve<<EOD
-1 3 -2 2 3 4
EOD
set view equal xyz 70, 329
splot $va with vectors lt 2 lw 3 t 'A', \
         $vb with vectors lt 6 lw 3 t 'B', \
         $vc with vectors lt 7 lw 3 t 'A+B', \
         $vd with vectors nohead lt 1 dt 3 lw 1 t '', \
         $ve with vectors nohead lt 1 dt 3 lw 1 t ''


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Williams, Thomas. Colin Kelley. Gnuplot Copyright 1986 - 1993, 1998, 2004 Thomas Williams, Colin Kelley. Many machine generated graphs have been manually enhanced by Laurence Eighner Hexamer.
Darth Kule. Produced by GNUPLOT 4.4 patchlevel 0, background spectrum based on http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Linear_visible_spectrum.svg Dedicated to the public domain by the author.

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