[Scilab-users] location of z-axis on 3D

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[Scilab-users] location of z-axis on 3D

Dear all

In the following 3D program, I'd like to set the location of z-axis to also
zero. How should I add code?

plot3d()
h = gca();
h.x_location = "origin"
h.y_location = "origin"

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Re: location of z-axis on 3D

Le 29/07/2019 à 16:30, jaipur a écrit :
Dear all

In the following 3D program, I'd like to set the location of z-axis to also
zero. How should I add code?

plot3d()
h = gca();
h.x_location = "origin"
h.y_location = "origin"

AFAIK, it has been requested -> there, but is still impossible.
You may add a comment in the bugzilla thread, if you need this feature.

An additional request has been posted to become able to freely choose
the crossing point of axes, not necessarily at [0 0 0].



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