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Is it possible Matlab shows the grid on the surface of the plot?

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Wajahat
Wajahat am 4 Apr. 2020
Beantwortet: Walter Roberson am 4 Apr. 2020
close all;
X=-10:.1:10;
T=-10:.1:10;
%i=1;
w0=1;
c=-1;
mu1=.4*1i;
a=2*mu1.^2-(2*w0.^2);
[x,t]=meshgrid(X,T);
u=2*(1i*mu1.*x-(1i*mu1*c./(a)).*t);
r1=-4*1i*mu1*sin(u);
surf(x,t,abs(r1));
shading flat;
%grid off;
view(-48,68)
Is it possible Matlab shows the grid on the surface of the plot? i.e.

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KALYAN ACHARJYA
KALYAN ACHARJYA am 4 Apr. 2020
Bearbeitet: KALYAN ACHARJYA am 4 Apr. 2020
Change the faceAlpha (within 0 and 1) value, see, it may heps you (This is transperancy)
surf(x,t,abs(r1),'FaceAlpha',0.5);
Or Try this one:
X=-10:.1:10;
T=-10:.1:10;
%i=1;
w0=1;
c=-1;
mu1=.4*1i;
a=2*mu1.^2-(2*w0.^2);
[x,t]=meshgrid(X,T);
u=2*(1i*mu1.*x-(1i*mu1*c./(a)).*t);
r1=-4*1i*mu1*sin(u);
h=surf(x,t,abs(r1));
shading interp;
set(h,'edgecolor','m')
% Similarly you can change the face color also for more visible.
view(-48,68)

Walter Roberson
Walter Roberson am 4 Apr. 2020
X=-10:.1:10;
T=-10:.1:10;
%i=1;
w0=1;
c=-1;
mu1=.4*1i;
a=2*mu1.^2-(2*w0.^2);
[x,t]=meshgrid(X,T);
u=2*(1i*mu1.*x-(1i*mu1*c./(a)).*t);
r1=-4*1i*mu1*sin(u);
h = surf(x,t,abs(r1));
shading flat;
%grid off;
view(-48,68)
h.EdgeColor = 'k';
However, you have so many edges in this plot that when you turn the edges back on, the entire plot will look black.

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