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4d Plot using 4-(1d arrays) x-y-z and color

I'm trying to make a 4d plot using 4-(1d arrays). The 3D scatter plot shows my 3D data correctly. I collect data in a circular pattern now I want to plot that circular pattern using 3D contour or some other 3D plot but, I want to control the shell color mapping for each data point. I have attached my code. Still using LV2017

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Re: 4d Plot using 4-(1d arrays) x-y-z and color

you may have figured it out on your own,

but it appears to me you want to use

http://www.ni.com/example/25468/en/

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I love it!!!  I picked cwColorSpectrum point style. How do I add the graphs color legend? So you can tell what the color equals what value.

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Re: 4d Plot using 4-(1d arrays) x-y-z and color

@knows-just-enough wrote:

I love it!!!  I picked cwColorSpectrum point style. How do I add the graphs color legend? So you can tell what the color equals what value.

I' m not sure, I think such a thing doesnt exist for those active X 3d graphs ... maybe someone else knows?

attached is my quick draft, saved in LabView 2017

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Sorry for the delay I had to work on another project. Good idea on your work around. I tried it with other data sets and would sometimes error out if two values in color array were the same. I ended up using windows snapping tool and cutting legend out and placing array in min/max indicator next to legend.

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