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Altitude shading

Applies graded colour to tiled response surfaces or contour plots.


sp.ResponsePlotStyle = ResponsePlotStyles.AltitudeShading;

This is best used with a computed (and therefore smooth) surface and can work well as a way to show experimental results where the outcome is a function of several variables.

Shading used with Contour plots


This example shows a fitted surface which is typical of height-map data. Temperature or pressure data would also be a good candidate for this style, using one of the accepted styles of false-color banding.

See also ...

Coarse Altitude shading | Fine Altitude shading | SharpPlot Members | SharpPlot.BubbleChartStyle Property | SharpPlot.CloudChartStyle Property | SharpPlot.ContourPlotStyle Property | SharpPlot.ResponsePlotStyle Property


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