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Creating a 3D graph of many 2D-view surface plots

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metrize
metrize on 24 Feb 2021
Answered: KSSV on 26 Feb 2021
I have many b-scan of ultrasound (these are surface plots top down view of x,depth with z being the amplitude of echoes for each cross section of the object)
So i want to put together these cross sections so to get a diagram for the whole object and I want to create a 3d view where it only shows the echos within the whole object (so probably by limitting amplitude it shows just so I can see a sort of transparent look into the locations of the largest echoes
Does anyone have any ideas?
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metrize
metrize on 26 Feb 2021
@darova I have attached it in the comment above, I attached matlab.mat it's example of my function bScan(y) at some y value.
Maybe I need to make the data volumetric and do contour slice? I'm not sure how to though, I can get [X,Y,Z] = bScan(y) at some Y distance, but I'm not sure how to make it volumetric for use with contour slice

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KSSV
KSSV on 26 Feb 2021
On using contour, you will get the points/ locations (x,y).... do interp2 and you will get the respective z values......do the same for each surface, and save them and plot.

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