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Monday, December 6th, 2010, 1:09 am

3-D Fun with GNU Octave

I HAD worries that GNU Octave would not support some of the advanced graphing functionality of MATLAB, but with the help of tools like gnuplot, Octave stays on par in this game (bar some OpenGL enhancements). Much to my surprise, the 3-D charting and graphing software in GNU Octave. Here are some visualisations of cardiac images I work with.

Heart surface

Heart landmarks - mesh overlay

Surface - large

2 Responses to “3-D Fun with GNU Octave”

  1. notzed Says:

    they are some really bad screenshots. more whitespace and window manager fade effects than any plots.

  2. Roy Schestowitz Says:

    Their intention was to show some types of output, not the desktop environment/window manager.

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