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Sam Posted - 15 Aug 2014 : 03:05:29
SimpleDataset3D doesn't seem to get new Z information from a call to AddDataPoint - and so the new point will have a Z of zero.
In the example code of LinePlot3D for SimpleLinePlots, if the following lines are inserted:

Dataset2.AddDataPoint(new Point3D(10, 10, 10));
Dataset3.AddDataPoint(new Point3D(10, 10, 10));

After the initial creation of these datasets - it will only add the x and y information to the datasets and not the Z.
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quinncurtis Posted - 19 Aug 2014 : 09:40:36
You are correct. The corrected version of our routine should look like:

int AddDataPoint(SimpleDataset3D ds, Point3D p)
int n= ds.AddDataPoint(p);
return n;
Sam Posted - 17 Aug 2014 : 23:09:40
That wasn't quite working - I had to do rather:

Dataset2.AddDataPoint(10, 10);
Dataset3.AddDataPoint(10, 10);

Something to do with establishing how many datapoints there are, I suppose.
quinncurtis Posted - 15 Aug 2014 : 07:33:00
The AddDataPoint method is not in the SimpleDataset3D class, rather it is in in the underlying SimpleDataset class, where it is assumed that the underlying z-value is the value of ImplicitZValue property. However, there should be an AddDataPoint method in the SimpleDataset3D class. It is simple enough to write external to the class though.

        int AddDataPoint(SimpleDataset3D ds, Point3D p)
            int n = ds.XData.Add(p.X);
            return n;

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