[R] R doesn't support 3D histograms?

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From: Andre DOS ANJOS (Andre.Dos.Anjos@cern.ch)
Date: Mon 19 May 2003 - 22:58:07 EST


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Hi,

        I've been using R since a while now to make 2D histograms. I have
some data (appended) that would like to use to make a 3-D plot with x being
the first variable in the file, y the second and the height, or z the third
variable. How can I do it in R? I would like to have 3-D visualization of
this plot. Preferably as a lego plot, that is, a set of stacks that grow
with respect to the value of z, which have their delta x and delta y lengths
equivalent to the spacings between the values of x and y. Other people also
call it a 3-D histogram.

        Regards, Andre.

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