I like his slow, clear, methodical presentation with great visualizations. It is the first time I have deeply understood some of the volume visualization techniques we have. Sorry, Dr. H, but I really did not understand Div, Grad, Curl and all of that until Patrick explained it later in this series!
- 1 of 9 Definitions for scalar and vector fields.
- 2 of 9 Examples of scalar and vector fields (temperature in a room vs air currents)
- 3 of 9 Displays scatter3 and slice plots.
- 4 of 9 Displays contourslice and isosurface.
- 5 of 9 Making a 3-d plot ‘pretty’ with lighting, shading, interpolation, etc…
- 6 of 9 Displays quiver3 and coneplot
- 7 of 9 Displays and explains streamplot and streamslice
- 8 of 9 Displays and explains streamtubes and streamribbons
- 9 of 9 Unifying example
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Doug, you are such a tease…can’t wait to see the rest of this series…great topic!
Good to hear that people are interested in this. It is quite a commitment of blog space to do this. Should I increase the pace during a series?
I’m sure I will learn something useful in this series!
Should I increase the pace during a series?
Certainly! If the videos are already composed, may I suggest posting them to the FEx? Your readers will surely still come for the insightful comments.
Good stuff Doug, I’d be in favor of a speedier series if there are 9 total, mainly so I don’t forget where the earlier videos left off.
Hi , I am interested if you can help me on how can I found functions in MATLAB.
I need to find difference between two surfaces.Is it possible to do it in MATLAB?
For example we have a sponge. I want to find difference between former sponge and after I put it in the water.There are two surfaces.
What would it mean to find the difference between two surfaces? Please give a 3×3 example of the before and after sponge along with what the answer would be.
very great video series. always have wondered, how these commands worked and what they REALLY showed.