This post discusses 3D interpolation from data in a 3D wave containing data sampled on a rectangular grid or XYZ triplet wave containing randomly sampled data in three dimensions.
In "Get to Know a Feature: Color Table Wave Basics", we showed how Igor 7's color table waves are more flexible than Igor 6's color index waves because multiple uses of the same color table wave can cover differing Z value ranges. This post discusses several ways that you can create your own color table waves such as including importing RGB values from a CSV file and recreating a color table from a screen capture,
In the previous Gizmo Plot blog post I demonstrated some variations on the generic scatter plot. In this blog post I’ll use the same data set to illustrate variations on a 3D path plot.