for i=1:100 hold on; plot(i,i^2); drawnow; end Ploting the points as they come in the same figure. This on the other hand, doesn't: for i=1:100 hold on; plot3(i,i^2,sqrt(i)); drawnow; end; Since it does not show a 3d plot of the points, it only shows the projection of them in the xy plane. Output: Surface plot: A surface plot is a 3d surface that creates different types of surfaces for different expressions. To create a surface we have to give the values x and y for z, (z= f (x, y)). For plotting the surface plot it has surf () which will generate the 3d surface. It has solid edge color and solid face color.

# Hold on 3d plot matlab

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• This example shows how to create a variety of 3-D plots in MATLAB®. Surface Plot (with Shading) The surfl function creates a surface plot with colormap-based lighting. For smoother color transitions, use a colormap with linear intensity variation such as pink.
• Every iteration of the for loop adds a plot layer on top of each figure. Using "hold all" and calling the figure axes works for all of these scatterplots except for one, which is a 3D scatterplot (made using scatter3). This figure displays only the information from the last iteration.
• Example #3. In this example, we will use the ‘hold on’ command to add 3 plots to a single graph. We will plot 3 different exponential functions in one graph for this example. The steps to be followed for this example are: Initialize the 1 st function to be plotted. Use the plot method to display the 1 st function.
• Matlab's 'hold' command determines whether the newly created graphic object will be added to the existing graph or will it replace the existing objects in our graph. The command 'hold on' is used to retain our current plot & its axes properties in order to add subsequent graphic commands to our existing graph.
• We can use Matlab’s built-in function bar3 to plot a bar graph in a 3D plane. We must pass the data’s input matrix, plotted as heights on the z-axis in a 3D plane. The other two coordinates (x and y) will be taken from the indices of the given matrix.