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I want to get an interpolation. My aim is to get the z[i] for x[i] and y[i] which are between the values in the excel spreadsheet (e.g. z[i] for x[i]=87 and y[i]=63). Since the data are material properties the calculated z[i] must be "between" the surrounding data points. The Fit in the statistics package calculates the parameters for a model function. But I am not sure how to provide the best (or at least a suitable) parametric model function.

Maple creates with surfdata 3D surface plots. My idea was to get the z[i] for any x[i], y[i] (in the range of the data points) from this surface plot.

I want to get an interpolation. My aim is to get the z[i] for x[i] and y[i] which are between the values in the excel spreadsheet (e.g. z[i] for x[i]=87 and y[i]=63). Since the data are material properties the calculated z[i] must be "between" the surrounding data points. The Fit in the statistics package calculates the parameters for a model function. But I am not sure how to provide the best (or at least a suitable) parametric model function.

Maple creates with surfdata 3D surface plots. My idea was to get the z[i] for any x[i], y[i] (in the range of the data points) from this surface plot.

Thanks again!

Thanks again!

is it correct that you added two times the same file (.ind and no .lib)?

is it correct that you added two times the same file (.ind and no .lib)?

I work with Maple 11, which does not include the Surfplot-package. I have checked this in the package library. I thik this is a new feature of Maple 12.

After executing your worksheet (8933_data2.mw), Maple 11 returns the following error message after the command "with(Surfplot)":

"Error, invalid input: with expects its 1st argument, pname, to be of type {package, module}, but received Surfplot"

Therefore following commands of your worksheet does not work in Maple 11:

  1. RemoveEquals
  2. Triangulate

Regards, Dirk

I work with Maple 11, which does not include the Surfplot-package. I have checked this in the package library. I thik this is a new feature of Maple 12.

After executing your worksheet (8933_data2.mw), Maple 11 returns the following error message after the command "with(Surfplot)":

"Error, invalid input: with expects its 1st argument, pname, to be of type {package, module}, but received Surfplot"

Therefore following commands of your worksheet does not work in Maple 11:

  1. RemoveEquals
  2. Triangulate

Regards, Dirk

your suggestion is working well, but unfortunately the "Surfplot" Package is only available within Maple 12!

your suggestion is working well, but unfortunately the "Surfplot" Package is only available within Maple 12!

Thanks for the hint with polygonplot3d! I am still a bit displeased with the "incomplete" borders. Restructuring the basic data source did not work, but I did not want to add any data points.

Thanks for the hint with polygonplot3d! I am still a bit displeased with the "incomplete" borders. Restructuring the basic data source did not work, but I did not want to add any data points.

Maple 11 does not work with MS-Word 2000 but with all higher versions. To copy Maple 11 content in Word 2000 you must use the Classic Worksheet Mode.
Maple 11 does not work with MS-Word 2000 but with all higher versions. To copy Maple 11 content in Word 2000 you must use the Classic Worksheet Mode.
To set the direction how the labels are orientated on the axis: >plot(..., labels=[...],labeldirections=[horizontal,vertical]);
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