[mathcad] Re[2]: Contouring irregular data

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[mathcad] Re[2]: Contouring irregular data
Author: Aldo P Solari    Posted: Thu, 24 Jul 2008 22:10:07 +0100
For that kind of plot (overlaying data), it is always better to export
the data to applications such as Grapher and Surfer (Golden Software)
or similar packages.

W/best wishes,

Dr. Aldo P. Solari (fisheries biologist)

(academic matters)
(private matters)

Home: www.ulpgc.es/webs/ffresearch-solaris
(U. of) Las Palmas, Canary Islands [24/07/2008, 22:07 GMT]

Original message:

wrote [24/07/2008, 14:52]:

WJM> I can't help you on this question, Rob. But while we're on the
WJM> subject of contour plots, I have not succeeded in placing
WJM> (overlaying) a single data point on a contour plot. Does anybody
WJM> have a hint?


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