Plotly/PlotlyJS can also do some 3d. So can GR. Just look at the chart of supported attributes: https://juliaplots.github.io/supported/

On Saturday, October 29, 2016 at 5:29:06 PM UTC-7, Sheehan Olver wrote:

surface(x,y,z)

(or maybe surface(x,y,z')).

Note that if x and y are matrices (so non-rectangular grid), then I think only the pyplot and glvisualize backends will work.

On Sunday, October 30, 2016 at 10:06:04 AM UTC+11, digxx wrote:

is it possible to somehow 3d plot the following input?

x=array of length n

y=array of length m

z=array of size mxn

like it can be done in matlab?