[R] an info on 3d representation

Peter Dalgaard BSA p.dalgaard at biostat.ku.dk
Fri May 3 15:19:03 CEST 2002

"=?utf-8?Q?marta=5Fandrea at libero.it?=" <marta_andrea at libero.it> writes:

> Dear list,
> sorry to waste your time. I downloaded R and I like it very much. 
> However, my main interest is in plotting 3D graphics form imported data 
> (points and lines in a 3d space). I imported data in a very elegant way 
> but I wasn't able to find in R something similar to the simple "splot" 
> function of WGNUplot (I don't need persp, image, contour: my values are 
> not necessarily progressive).
> Maybe it's a very stupid question: in case, please pardon me.
> Any help is appreciated.
> Please reply privately. I am not (actually) in the list.
> Thank you very much.

You probably want to check out the scatterplot3d package.
(Which is great, but I'm sure we could do even better with true 3D
visualization tools using lighting models, hidden surface removal, and
all that.)

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