how to interchange Z and Y axes direction in MATLAB?

by xnov
Tags: matlab, plot3d
xnov is offline
Jun9-10, 05:29 AM
P: 1
i have 3D plot in matlab
lets say i use example isosurface from matlab help

[x,y,z,v] = flow;
p = patch(isosurface(x,y,z,v,-3));
daspect([1 1 1])
view(3); axis tight
lighting gouraud

but the problem is that z axis is in vertical direction, and x & y is horizontal direction. i want to interchange so that x and z is horizontal direction and y is in vertical direction. well i can manipulate data dan axis label, but i prefer to do without manipulate the data. is there anyone knows how to do it?
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shoehorn is offline
Jun9-10, 10:07 AM
P: 448
Although you're asking in relation to one of the demo files, rotating the graphics axes for a plot is generally tightly coupled to the particular plot you're working with. You can achieve what you want using a suitable combination of the view and camroll commands.

Check the docs for examples on how to use them.

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