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Owning Class: geometry
Requires: MathScript RT Module
c = contours(z)
c = contours(z, n)
c = contours(z, h)
c = contours(x, y, z)
c = contours(x, y, z, n)
c = contours(x, y, z, h)
Legacy Name: contourc
Calculates the contour lines of a surface. You can use the contour function or the contouris function to generate a contour plot.
Name | Description |
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x | Specifies the surface from z in relation to the x-plane. x is a real vector or matrix. If x is a vector, the length of x must be equal to the number of columns of z. If x is a matrix, x and z must be of the same size. |
y | Specifies the surface from z in relation to the y-plane. y is a real vector or matrix. If y is a vector, the length of y must be equal to the number of rows of z. If y is a matrix, y and z must be of the same size. |
z | Specifies the height of the surface in relation to the z-plane. z is a matrix. |
n | Specifies the number of contour lines you want to plot. |
h | Specifies the height levels. h is a vector. length(h) must equal the number of contour lines you want to plot. |
Name | Description |
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c | Returns the contour lines of the surface z. c is a real matrix with two rows. The first column of c indicates the height level, h, and the number of coordinates, k, of the contour line at that height level. The next k columns specify the x- and y-coordinates of the contour line. |
The following table lists the support characteristics of this function.
Supported in the LabVIEW Run-Time Engine | Yes |
Supported on RT targets | Yes |
Suitable for bounded execution times on RT | Not characterized |
z = peakfcn2d(50);
c = contours(z);