# Merging three 3D plots into one

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Angelavtc2021-10-18

Dear community,
How can I merge three different 3D plots into one? My figures are saved in .fig (here I attach them), and I would like to plot them in the same graph to compare them. Is it possible to change the color of each of them and put a label to compare them properly? I have seen in the forum that I can apply the commands:
findobj
and
copyobj
but I don't know how they properly work.

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Dave B 2021-10-18
You can copy the surfaces from each of the axes, in each of the figures that you open like this:
a=open('BandL_my_replication_variance.fig');
b=open('BandL_my_replication_variance_c2.fig');
c=open('BandL_my_replication_variance_concave.fig');
s1=findobj(a,'type','Surface');
s2=findobj(b,'type','Surface');
s3=findobj(c,'type','Surface');
ax=axes(figure);
s1=copyobj(s1,ax);
s2=copyobj(s2,ax);
s3=copyobj(s3,ax);
close([a b c])
Then you can adjust the color on those surfaces like this:
s1.FaceColor='r';
s2.FaceColor='g';
s3.FaceColor='b';
And finally pick a view that you can see them like this:
view([32 23])
(I didn't copy over the x/y/z labels or add a legend but that part should be relatively simple)
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Angelavtc 2021-10-19
This is perfect, thank you very much @Dave B. Yes, the graphs I attached are all positive, but I will apply the same code for others where this is not the case :)

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