Exaggerate the Z-Axis
To exaggerate the Z-axis of a surface plot try multiplying your data by an exponential factor. Here is an example program that indicates what I mean.
PRO EXAMPLE ; Create some data. peak = SHIFT(DIST(40),40/2+5, 40/2-5) peak = EXP(-(peak/15)^2) ; Open a window. WINDOW, /FREE, XSIZE=600, YSIZE=300 ; Side-by-side plots. !P.MULTI = [0,2,1] ; Display the data. SURFACE, peak SURFACE, peak * EXP(peak * 2.0) ; Regular plotting. !P.MULTI = 0 END
Your output should look like the display below.
Last Updated 2 December 1996