Draws a 3D scatterplot.

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plot3d(x, ...)
## Default S3 method:
plot3d(x, y, z,
xlab, ylab, zlab, type = "p", col,
size, lwd, radius,
add = FALSE, aspect = !add,
xlim = NULL, ylim = NULL, zlim = NULL,
forceClipregion = FALSE, ...)
## S3 method for class 'mesh3d'
plot3d(x, xlab = "x", ylab = "y", zlab = "z", type = c("shade", "wire", "dots"),
add = FALSE, ...)
decorate3d(xlim, ylim, zlim,
xlab = "x", ylab = "y", zlab = "z",
box = TRUE, axes = TRUE, main = NULL, sub = NULL,
top = TRUE, aspect = FALSE, expand = 1.03,
...)
``` |

`x, y, z` |
vectors of points to be plotted. Any reasonable way of defining the
coordinates is acceptable. See the function |

`xlab, ylab, zlab` |
labels for the coordinates. |

`type` |
For the default method, a single character indicating the type of item to plot.
Supported types are: 'p' for points, 's' for spheres,
'l' for lines, 'h' for line segments
from |

`col` |
the color to be used for plotted items. |

`size` |
the size for plotted points. |

`lwd` |
the line width for plotted items. |

`radius` |
the radius of spheres: see Details below. |

`add` |
whether to add the points to an existing plot. |

`aspect` |
either a logical indicating whether to adjust the aspect ratio, or a new ratio. |

`expand` |
how much to expand the box around the data, if it is drawn. |

`xlim, ylim, zlim` |
In |

`forceClipregion` |
Force a clipping region to be used, whether or not limits are given. |

`...` |
additional parameters which will be passed to |

`box, axes` |
whether to draw a box and axes. |

`main, sub` |
main title and subtitle. |

`top` |
whether to bring the window to the top when done. |

`plot3d`

is a partial 3D analogue of plot.default.

Missing values in the data are skipped, as in standard graphics.

If `aspect`

is `TRUE`

, aspect ratios of `c(1, 1, 1)`

are passed to
`aspect3d`

. If `FALSE`

, no aspect adjustment is done. In other
cases, the value is passed to `aspect3d`

.

With `type = "s"`

, spheres are drawn centered at the specified locations.
The radius may be controlled by `size`

(specifying the size relative
to the plot display, with the default `size = 3`

giving a radius
about 1/20 of the plot region) or `radius`

(specifying it on the data scale
if an isometric aspect ratio is chosen, or on an average scale
if not).

`plot3d`

is called for the side effect of drawing the plot; a vector
of object IDs is returned.

`decorate3d`

adds the usual decorations to a plot: labels, axes, etc.

If any of `xlim`

, `ylim`

or `zlim`

are specified,
they should be length two vectors giving lower and upper
clipping limits for the corresponding coordinate. `NA`

limits will be ignored.

If any clipping limits are given, then the data will be
plotted in a newly created subscene within the current one;
otherwise plotting will take place directly in the current
subscene. This subscene is named `"clipregion"`

in the results.

Use `forceClipregion = TRUE`

to force creation of this
subscene even without specifying limits.

Duncan Murdoch

`plot.default`

,
`open3d`

, `par3d`

.
There are `plot3d.function`

and `plot3d.deldir`

methods for plotting surfaces.

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