Multi Surface Plotting & Color Control of each surface

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Julia Hoskins
Julia Hoskins2021-4-14
评论: Chad Greene ,2021-4-15
My code, shown below, plotting two surfaces in the same figure functions properly.
[A1,B1] = meshgrid(X1, Y1);
Za = griddata(X1,Y1,Z1,A1,B1);
surf(A1, B1, Za)
hold on
[A2,B2] = meshgrid(X2, Y2);
Zb = griddata(X2,Y2,Z2,A2,B2);
surf(A2, B2, Zb)
grid on
title('Surface Plots')
set(gca, 'ZLim',[0 8.5])
shading interp
hold off
But I am trying to designate separate color patterns to each surface in the figure and no method I've tried works. Designating colormaps in various locations only colors all plots as the last color map declared and formating each surface plot with the surf(X,Y,Z,C) command hasn't worked with any of the color commands I know. Color map specifications or 'r', 'b', 'g' types.
Any other suggestions or if anyone has done this, I'd love some help?

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Chad Greene
Chad Greene 2021-4-14
编辑:Chad Greene 2021-4-14
Try setting the facecolor option using the RGB values. Here are a red [1 0 0] and a blue [0 0 1] surface, using built-in example data:
[X,Y,Z] = peaks(500);
hold on
h1 = surf(X,Y,Z);
h1.EdgeColor = 'none'; % gets rid of lines
h1.FaceColor = [1 0 0];
h1.FaceAlpha = 0.8; % optional transparency
h2 = surf(X,Y,Z+5);
h2.EdgeColor = 'none';
h2.FaceColor = [0 0 1];
h2.FaceAlpha = 0.8;
camlight % turns on lighting

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