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Jun
19
comment Export 3D plot or Graphics3D object as stereoscopic 3D .jps file
To be honest I think it's just a matter of making a 3720 x 1080 pixel JPEG, comprised of 2 1860 x 1080 pixel images side by side, as in en.wikipedia.org/wiki/JPEG#/media/File:JPS-sample.jpg, and just renaming the JPEG to a .JPS. I don't think the extra descriptor matters much, but I could be wrong...
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comment Export 3D plot or Graphics3D object as stereoscopic 3D .jps file
Also posted the question at community.wolfram.com/groups/-/m/t/515772?p_p_auth=ec2mHoM2
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comment Export 3D plot or Graphics3D object as stereoscopic 3D .jps file
OK I'll post the question there too!
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Jun
15
comment Mathematica: 3D plot based on combined 2D graphs
Yes I realise that - my initial problem was more how to calculate the mean and SEs for each combination of series i and a given day, and then to add the error bars using one of the recipies here, mathematica.stackexchange.com/questions/3897/… - sorry, I'm a beginning Mathematica user as you can tell!
Jun
15
comment Mathematica: 3D plot based on combined 2D graphs
And would you know by any chance how to replace the points with the means for each time points plus the standard errors on the means? (sorry promise this is my last question)
Jun
15
comment Mathematica: 3D plot based on combined 2D graphs
Thx for that - with ScalingTransform[{1.5, 0.5, 2}, #] I get approx round spheres! Not sure where the values are coming from though - I have BoxRatios -> {1, 1, 0.5} and PlotRange -> {{1, 10}, {1, 4}, {-4, 2.2}}
Jun
15
comment Mathematica: 3D plot based on combined 2D graphs
Yes that's true, but I kind of liked the current aspect ratio. Maybe with some code given at mathematica.stackexchange.com/questions/10999/… I could get it to work....
Jun
15
comment Mathematica: 3D plot based on combined 2D graphs
Or would using Circulsphere[] work to get the aspect ratio right?
Jun
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comment Mathematica: 3D plot based on combined 2D graphs
also one other question: if I wanted to represent the points using sphereas and the 95% conf lims using tubes - would you know how to do that? Replacing Point with Sphere[datlog[[i]], 0.07] gets close for the first part - but the aspect ratio of the balls is incorrect then...
Jun
14
comment Mathematica: 3D plot based on combined 2D graphs
Ha no but the different groups are not logically ordered, so it wouldn't make sense to also do a fit in the 3d axis direction - it's separate categorical groups really that I want to show next to each other
Jun
14
comment Mathematica: 3D plot based on combined 2D graphs
Many thanks for this! Brilliant! And how would you change the points to means and 95% conf lims?