plot3
3D line plot
Syntax
Description
Vector and Matrix Data
plot3(
assigns specific line styles, markers, and colors to each X
1,Y
1,Z
1,LineSpec
1,...,X
n,Y
n,Z
n,LineSpec
n)XYZ
triplet.
You can specify LineSpec
for some triplets and omit it for others. For
example, plot3(X1,Y1,Z1,'o',X2,Y2,Z2)
specifies markers for the first
triplet but not for the second triplet.
Table Data
plot3(
plots the variables tbl
,xvar
,yvar
,zvar
)xvar
, yvar
, and
zvar
from the table tbl
. To plot one data set,
specify one variable each for xvar
, yvar
, and
zvar
. To plot multiple data sets, specify multiple variables for at
least one of those arguments. The arguments that specify multiple variables must specify
the same number of variables. (since R2022a)
Additional Options
plot3(
displays the plot
in the target axes. Specify the axes as the first argument in any of the previous
syntaxes.ax
,___)
plot3(___,
specifies
Name,Value
)Line
properties using one or more namevalue pair arguments. Specify
the properties after all other input arguments. For a list of properties, see Line Properties.
returns a
p
= plot3(___)Line
object or an array of Line
objects. Use
p
to modify properties of the plot after creating it. For a list of
properties, see Line Properties.
Examples
Plot 3D Helix
Define t
as a vector of values between 0 and 10$\pi $. Define st
and ct
as vectors of sine and cosine values. Then plot st
, ct
, and t
.
t = 0:pi/50:10*pi; st = sin(t); ct = cos(t); plot3(st,ct,t)
Plot Multiple Lines
Create two sets of x, y, and zcoordinates.
t = 0:pi/500:pi; xt1 = sin(t).*cos(10*t); yt1 = sin(t).*sin(10*t); zt1 = cos(t); xt2 = sin(t).*cos(12*t); yt2 = sin(t).*sin(12*t); zt2 = cos(t);
Call the plot3
function, and specify consecutive XYZ
triplets.
plot3(xt1,yt1,zt1,xt2,yt2,zt2)
Plot Multiple Lines Using Matrices
Create matrix X
containing three rows of xcoordinates. Create matrix Y
containing three rows of ycoordinates.
t = 0:pi/500:pi; X(1,:) = sin(t).*cos(10*t); X(2,:) = sin(t).*cos(12*t); X(3,:) = sin(t).*cos(20*t); Y(1,:) = sin(t).*sin(10*t); Y(2,:) = sin(t).*sin(12*t); Y(3,:) = sin(t).*sin(20*t);
Create matrix Z
containing the zcoordinates for all three sets.
Z = cos(t);
Plot all three sets of coordinates on the same set of axes.
plot3(X,Y,Z)
Specify EquallySpaced Tick Units and Axis Labels
Create vectors xt
, yt
, and zt
.
t = 0:pi/500:40*pi; xt = (3 + cos(sqrt(32)*t)).*cos(t); yt = sin(sqrt(32) * t); zt = (3 + cos(sqrt(32)*t)).*sin(t);
Plot the data, and use the axis equal
command to space the tick units equally along each axis. Then specify the labels for each axis.
plot3(xt,yt,zt) axis equal xlabel('x(t)') ylabel('y(t)') zlabel('z(t)')
Plot Points as Markers Without Lines
Create vectors t
, xt
, and yt
, and plot the points in those vectors using circular markers.
t = 0:pi/20:10*pi;
xt = sin(t);
yt = cos(t);
plot3(xt,yt,t,'o')
Customize Color and Marker
Create vectors t
, xt
, and yt
, and plot the points in those vectors as a blue line with 10point circular markers. Use a hexadecimal color code to specify a light blue fill color for the markers.
t = 0:pi/20:10*pi; xt = sin(t); yt = cos(t); plot3(xt,yt,t,'o','Color','b','MarkerSize',10,... 'MarkerFaceColor','#D9FFFF')
Specify Line Style
Create vector t
. Then use t
to calculate two sets of x and y values.
t = 0:pi/20:10*pi; xt1 = sin(t); yt1 = cos(t); xt2 = sin(2*t); yt2 = cos(2*t);
Plot the two sets of values. Use the default line for the first set, and specify a dashed line for the second set.
plot3(xt1,yt1,t,xt2,yt2,t,'')
Modify Line After Plotting
Create vectors t
, xt
, and yt
, and plot the data in those vectors. Return the chart line in the output variable p
.
t = linspace(10,10,1000); xt = exp(t./10).*sin(5*t); yt = exp(t./10).*cos(5*t); p = plot3(xt,yt,t);
Change the line width to 3
.
p.LineWidth = 3;
Plot Data from a Table
Since R2022a
A convenient way to plot data from a table is to pass the table to the plot3
function and specify the variables to plot.
Create vectors x
, y
, and t
, and put the vectors in a table. Then display the first three rows of the table.
t = (0:pi/20:10*pi)'; x = sin(t); y = cos(t); tbl = table(x,y,t); head(tbl,3)
x y t _______ _______ _______ 0 1 0 0.15643 0.98769 0.15708 0.30902 0.95106 0.31416
Plot the x
, y
, and t
table variables. Return the Line
object as p
. Notice that the axis labels match the variable names.
p = plot3(tbl,"x","y","t");
To modify aspects of the line, set the LineStyle
, Color
, and Marker
properties on the Line
object. For example, change the line to a red dotted line with circular markers.
p.LineStyle = ":"; p.Color = "red"; p.Marker = "o";
Plot Multiple Table Variables on the x and yAxes
Since R2022a
Create a table containing five variables. Then display the first three rows of the table.
t = (0:pi/500:pi)'; x1 = sin(t).*cos(10*t); x2 = sin(t).*cos(12*t); y1 = sin(t).*sin(10*t); y2 = sin(t).*sin(12*t); z = cos(t); tbl = table(x1,x2,y1,y2,z); head(tbl,3)
x1 x2 y1 y2 z _________ _________ __________ __________ _______ 0 0 0 0 1 0.0062707 0.0062653 0.00039452 0.00047329 0.99998 0.012467 0.012423 0.0015749 0.0018877 0.99992
Plot the x1
and x2
variables on the xaxis, the y1
and y2
variables on the yaxis, and the z
variable on the zaxis. Then add a legend. Notice that the legend entries match the variable names.
plot3(tbl,["x1","x2"],["y1","y2"],"z") legend
Specify Target Axes
Starting in R2019b, you can display a tiling of plots using the tiledlayout
and nexttile
functions. Call the tiledlayout
function to create a 1by2 tiled chart layout. Call the nexttile
function to create the axes objects ax1
and ax2
. Create separate line plots in the axes by specifying the axes object as the first argument to plot
3.
tiledlayout(1,2) % Left plot ax1 = nexttile; t = 0:pi/20:10*pi; xt1 = sin(t); yt1 = cos(t); plot3(ax1,xt1,yt1,t) title(ax1,'Helix With 5 Turns') % Right plot ax2 = nexttile; t = 0:pi/20:10*pi; xt2 = sin(2*t); yt2 = cos(2*t); plot3(ax2,xt2,yt2,t) title(ax2,'Helix With 10 Turns')
Plot Duration Data with Custom Tick Format
Create x
and y
as vectors of random values between 0
and 1
. Create z
as a vector of random duration values.
x = rand(1,10); y = rand(1,10); z = duration(rand(10,1),randi(60,10,1),randi(60,10,1));
Plot x
, y
, and z
, and specify the format for the zaxis as minutes and seconds. Then add axis labels, and turn on the grid to make it easier to visualize the points within the plot box.
plot3(x,y,z,'o','DurationTickFormat','mm:ss') xlabel('X') ylabel('Y') zlabel('Duration') grid on
Plot Line With Marker at One Data Point
Create vectors xt
, yt
, and zt
. Plot the values, specifying a solid line with circular markers using the LineSpec
argument. Specify the MarkerIndices
property to place one marker at the 200th data point.
t = 0:pi/500:pi; xt(1,:) = sin(t).*cos(10*t); yt(1,:) = sin(t).*sin(10*t); zt = cos(t); plot3(xt,yt,zt,'o','MarkerIndices',200)
Input Arguments
X
— xcoordinates
scalar  vector  matrix
xcoordinates, specified as a scalar, vector, or matrix. The size
and shape of X
depends on the shape of your data and the type of plot
you want to create. This table describes the most common situations.
Type of Plot  How to Specify Coordinates 

Single point  Specify plot3(1,2,3,'o') 
One set of points  Specify plot3([1 2 3],[4; 5; 6],[7 8 9]) 
Multiple sets of points (using vectors)  Specify consecutive sets of plot3([1 2 3],[4 5 6],[7 8 9],[1 2 3],[4 5 6],[10 11 12]) 
Multiple sets of points (using matrices)  Specify at least one of plot3([1 2 3],[4 5 6],[7 8 9; 10 11 12]) 
Data Types: single
 double
 int8
 int16
 int32
 int64
 uint8
 uint16
 uint32
 uint64
 categorical
 datetime
 duration
Y
— ycoordinates
scalar  vector  matrix
ycoordinates, specified as a scalar, vector, or matrix. The size
and shape of Y
depends on the shape of your data and the type of plot
you want to create. This table describes the most common situations.
Type of Plot  How to Specify Coordinates 

Single point  Specify plot3(1,2,3,'o') 
One set of points  Specify plot3([1 2 3],[4; 5; 6],[7 8 9]) 
Multiple sets of points (using vectors)  Specify consecutive sets of plot3([1 2 3],[4 5 6],[7 8 9],[1 2 3],[4 5 6],[10 11 12]) 
Multiple sets of points (using matrices)  Specify at least one of plot3([1 2 3],[4 5 6],[7 8 9; 10 11 12]) 
Data Types: single
 double
 int8
 int16
 int32
 int64
 uint8
 uint16
 uint32
 uint64
 categorical
 datetime
 duration
Z
— zcoordinates
scalar  vector  matrix
zcoordinates, specified as a scalar, vector, or matrix. The size
and shape of Z
depends on the shape of your data and the type of plot
you want to create. This table describes the most common situations.
Type of Plot  How to Specify Coordinates 

Single point  Specify plot3(1,2,3,'o') 
One set of points  Specify plot3([1 2 3],[4; 5; 6],[7 8 9]) 
Multiple sets of points (using vectors)  Specify consecutive sets of plot3([1 2 3],[4 5 6],[7 8 9],[1 2 3],[4 5 6],[10 11 12]) 
Multiple sets of points (using matrices)  Specify at least one of plot3([1 2 3],[4 5 6],[7 8 9; 10 11 12]) 
Data Types: single
 double
 int8
 int16
 int32
 int64
 uint8
 uint16
 uint32
 uint64
 categorical
 datetime
 duration
LineSpec
— Line style, marker, and color
string scalar  character vector
Line style, marker, and color, specified as a string scalar or character vector containing symbols. The symbols can appear in any order. You do not need to specify all three characteristics (line style, marker, and color). For example, if you omit the line style and specify the marker, then the plot shows only the marker and no line.
Example: "or"
is a red dashed line with circle markers.
Line Style  Description  Resulting Line 

""  Solid line 

""  Dashed line 

":"  Dotted line 

"."  Dashdotted line 

Marker  Description  Resulting Marker 

"o"  Circle 

"+"  Plus sign 

"*"  Asterisk 

"."  Point 

"x"  Cross 

"_"  Horizontal line 

""  Vertical line 

"square"  Square 

"diamond"  Diamond 

"^"  Upwardpointing triangle 

"v"  Downwardpointing triangle 

">"  Rightpointing triangle 

"<"  Leftpointing triangle 

"pentagram"  Pentagram 

"hexagram"  Hexagram 

Color Name  Short Name  RGB Triplet  Appearance 

"red"  "r"  [1 0 0] 

"green"  "g"  [0 1 0] 

"blue"  "b"  [0 0 1] 

"cyan"
 "c"  [0 1 1] 

"magenta"  "m"  [1 0 1] 

"yellow"  "y"  [1 1 0] 

"black"  "k"  [0 0 0] 

"white"  "w"  [1 1 1] 

tbl
— Source table
table  timetable
Source table containing the data to plot, specified as a table or a timetable.
xvar
— Table variables containing xcoordinates
character vector  string array  cell array  pattern  numeric scalar or vector  logical vector  vartype()
Table variables containing the xcoordinates, specified using one of the indexing schemes from the table.
Indexing Scheme  Examples 

Variable names:


Variable index:


Variable type:


The table variables you specify can contain numeric, categorical, datetime, or duration values. If you specify multiple variables for more than one argument, the number of variables must be the same for each of those arguments.
Example: plot3(tbl,["x1","x2"],"y","z")
specifies the table
variables named x1
and x2
for the
xcoordinates.
Example: plot3(tbl,2,"y","z")
specifies the second variable for
the xcoordinates.
Example: plot3(tbl,vartype("numeric"),"y","z")
specifies all
numeric variables for the xcoordinates.
yvar
— Table variables containing ycoordinates
character vector  string array  cell array  pattern  numeric scalar or vector  logical vector  vartype()
Table variables containing the ycoordinates, specified using one of the indexing schemes from the table.
Indexing Scheme  Examples 

Variable names:


Variable index:


Variable type:


The table variables you specify can contain numeric, categorical, datetime, or duration values. If you specify multiple variables for more than one argument, the number of variables must be the same for each of those arguments.
Example: plot3(tbl,"x",["y1","y2"],"z")
specifies the table
variables named y1
and y2
for the
ycoordinates.
Example: plot3(tbl,"x",2,"z")
specifies the second variable for
the ycoordinates.
Example: plot3(tbl,"x",vartype("numeric"),"z")
specifies all
numeric variables for the ycoordinates.
zvar
— Table variables containing zcoordinates
character vector  string array  cell array  pattern  numeric scalar or vector  logical vector  vartype()
Table variables containing the zcoordinates, specified using one of the indexing schemes from the table.
Indexing Scheme  Examples 

Variable names:


Variable index:


Variable type:


The table variables you specify can contain numeric, categorical, datetime, or duration values. If you specify multiple variables for more than one argument, the number of variables must be the same for each of those arguments.
Example: plot3(tbl,"x","y",["z1","z2"])
specifies the table
variables named z1
and z2
for the
zcoordinates.
Example: plot3(tbl,"x","y",2)
specifies the second variable for
the zcoordinates.
Example: plot3(tbl,"x","y",vartype("numeric"))
specifies all
numeric variables for the zcoordinates.
ax
— Target axes
Axes
object
Target axes, specified as an Axes
object. If you do not specify
the axes and if the current axes is Cartesian, then plot3
uses the
current axes.
NameValue Arguments
Specify optional pairs of arguments as
Name1=Value1,...,NameN=ValueN
, where Name
is
the argument name and Value
is the corresponding value.
Namevalue arguments must appear after other arguments, but the order of the
pairs does not matter.
Before R2021a, use commas to separate each name and value, and enclose
Name
in quotes.
Example: plot3([1 2],[3 4],[5 6],'Color','red')
specifies a red line
for the plot.
Note
The properties listed here are only a subset. For a complete list, see Line Properties.
Color
— Color
[0 0.4470 0.7410]
(default)  RGB triplet  hexadecimal color code  'r'
 'g'
 'b'
 ...
Color, specified as an RGB triplet, a hexadecimal color code, a color name, or a
short name. The color you specify sets the line color. It also sets the marker edge
color when the MarkerEdgeColor
property is set to
'auto'
.
For a custom color, specify an RGB triplet or a hexadecimal color code.
An RGB triplet is a threeelement row vector whose elements specify the intensities of the red, green, and blue components of the color. The intensities must be in the range
[0,1]
, for example,[0.4 0.6 0.7]
.A hexadecimal color code is a string scalar or character vector that starts with a hash symbol (
#
) followed by three or six hexadecimal digits, which can range from0
toF
. The values are not case sensitive. Therefore, the color codes"#FF8800"
,"#ff8800"
,"#F80"
, and"#f80"
are equivalent.
Alternatively, you can specify some common colors by name. This table lists the named color options, the equivalent RGB triplets, and hexadecimal color codes.
Color Name  Short Name  RGB Triplet  Hexadecimal Color Code  Appearance 

"red"  "r"  [1 0 0]  "#FF0000"  
"green"  "g"  [0 1 0]  "#00FF00"  
"blue"  "b"  [0 0 1]  "#0000FF"  
"cyan"
 "c"  [0 1 1]  "#00FFFF"  
"magenta"  "m"  [1 0 1]  "#FF00FF"  
"yellow"  "y"  [1 1 0]  "#FFFF00"  
"black"  "k"  [0 0 0]  "#000000"  
"white"  "w"  [1 1 1]  "#FFFFFF"  
"none"  Not applicable  Not applicable  Not applicable  No color 
Here are the RGB triplets and hexadecimal color codes for the default colors MATLAB^{®} uses in many types of plots.
RGB Triplet  Hexadecimal Color Code  Appearance 

[0 0.4470 0.7410]  "#0072BD"  
[0.8500 0.3250 0.0980]  "#D95319"  
[0.9290 0.6940 0.1250]  "#EDB120"  
[0.4940 0.1840 0.5560]  "#7E2F8E"  
[0.4660 0.6740 0.1880]  "#77AC30"  
[0.3010 0.7450 0.9330]  "#4DBEEE"  
[0.6350 0.0780 0.1840]  "#A2142F" 
LineWidth
— Line width
0.5
(default)  positive value
Line width, specified as a positive value in points, where 1 point = 1/72 of an inch. If the line has markers, then the line width also affects the marker edges.
The line width cannot be thinner than the width of a pixel. If you set the line width to a value that is less than the width of a pixel on your system, the line displays as one pixel wide.
MarkerSize
— Marker size
6
(default)  positive value
Marker size, specified as a positive value in points, where 1 point = 1/72 of an inch.
MarkerEdgeColor
— Marker outline color
"auto"
(default)  RGB triplet  hexadecimal color code  "r"
 "g"
 "b"
 ...
Marker outline color, specified as "auto"
, an RGB triplet, a
hexadecimal color code, a color name, or a short name. The default value of
"auto"
uses the same color as the Color
property.
For a custom color, specify an RGB triplet or a hexadecimal color code.
An RGB triplet is a threeelement row vector whose elements specify the intensities of the red, green, and blue components of the color. The intensities must be in the range
[0,1]
, for example,[0.4 0.6 0.7]
.A hexadecimal color code is a string scalar or character vector that starts with a hash symbol (
#
) followed by three or six hexadecimal digits, which can range from0
toF
. The values are not case sensitive. Therefore, the color codes"#FF8800"
,"#ff8800"
,"#F80"
, and"#f80"
are equivalent.
Alternatively, you can specify some common colors by name. This table lists the named color options, the equivalent RGB triplets, and hexadecimal color codes.
Color Name  Short Name  RGB Triplet  Hexadecimal Color Code  Appearance 

"red"  "r"  [1 0 0]  "#FF0000"  
"green"  "g"  [0 1 0]  "#00FF00"  
"blue"  "b"  [0 0 1]  "#0000FF"  
"cyan"
 "c"  [0 1 1]  "#00FFFF"  
"magenta"  "m"  [1 0 1]  "#FF00FF"  
"yellow"  "y"  [1 1 0]  "#FFFF00"  
"black"  "k"  [0 0 0]  "#000000"  
"white"  "w"  [1 1 1]  "#FFFFFF"  
"none"  Not applicable  Not applicable  Not applicable  No color 
Here are the RGB triplets and hexadecimal color codes for the default colors MATLAB uses in many types of plots.
RGB Triplet  Hexadecimal Color Code  Appearance 

[0 0.4470 0.7410]  "#0072BD"  
[0.8500 0.3250 0.0980]  "#D95319"  
[0.9290 0.6940 0.1250]  "#EDB120"  
[0.4940 0.1840 0.5560]  "#7E2F8E"  
[0.4660 0.6740 0.1880]  "#77AC30"  
[0.3010 0.7450 0.9330]  "#4DBEEE"  
[0.6350 0.0780 0.1840]  "#A2142F" 
MarkerFaceColor
— Marker fill color
"none"
(default)  "auto"
 RGB triplet  hexadecimal color code  "r"
 "g"
 "b"
 ...
Marker fill color, specified as "auto"
, an RGB triplet, a hexadecimal
color code, a color name, or a short name. The "auto"
option uses the
same color as the Color
property of the parent axes. If you specify
"auto"
and the axes plot box is invisible, the marker fill color is
the color of the figure.
For a custom color, specify an RGB triplet or a hexadecimal color code.
An RGB triplet is a threeelement row vector whose elements specify the intensities of the red, green, and blue components of the color. The intensities must be in the range
[0,1]
, for example,[0.4 0.6 0.7]
.A hexadecimal color code is a string scalar or character vector that starts with a hash symbol (
#
) followed by three or six hexadecimal digits, which can range from0
toF
. The values are not case sensitive. Therefore, the color codes"#FF8800"
,"#ff8800"
,"#F80"
, and"#f80"
are equivalent.
Alternatively, you can specify some common colors by name. This table lists the named color options, the equivalent RGB triplets, and hexadecimal color codes.
Color Name  Short Name  RGB Triplet  Hexadecimal Color Code  Appearance 

"red"  "r"  [1 0 0]  "#FF0000"  
"green"  "g"  [0 1 0]  "#00FF00"  
"blue"  "b"  [0 0 1]  "#0000FF"  
"cyan"
 "c"  [0 1 1]  "#00FFFF"  
"magenta"  "m"  [1 0 1]  "#FF00FF"  
"yellow"  "y"  [1 1 0]  "#FFFF00"  
"black"  "k"  [0 0 0]  "#000000"  
"white"  "w"  [1 1 1]  "#FFFFFF"  
"none"  Not applicable  Not applicable  Not applicable  No color 
Here are the RGB triplets and hexadecimal color codes for the default colors MATLAB uses in many types of plots.
RGB Triplet  Hexadecimal Color Code  Appearance 

[0 0.4470 0.7410]  "#0072BD"  
[0.8500 0.3250 0.0980]  "#D95319"  
[0.9290 0.6940 0.1250]  "#EDB120"  
[0.4940 0.1840 0.5560]  "#7E2F8E"  
[0.4660 0.6740 0.1880]  "#77AC30"  
[0.3010 0.7450 0.9330]  "#4DBEEE"  
[0.6350 0.0780 0.1840]  "#A2142F" 
Tips
Use
NaN
orInf
to create breaks in the lines. For example, this code plots a line with a break betweenz=2
andz=4
.plot3([1 2 3 4 5],[1 2 3 4 5],[1 2 NaN 4 5])
plot3
uses colors and line styles based on theColorOrder
andLineStyleOrder
properties of the axes.plot3
cycles through the colors with the first line style. Then, it cycles through the colors again with each additional line style.You can change the colors and the line styles after plotting by setting the
ColorOrder
orLineStyleOrder
properties on the axes. You can also call thecolororder
function to change the color order for all the axes in the figure. (since R2019b)
Extended Capabilities
GPU Arrays
Accelerate code by running on a graphics processing unit (GPU) using Parallel Computing Toolbox™.
Usage notes and limitations:
This function accepts GPU arrays, but does not run on a GPU.
For more information, see Run MATLAB Functions on a GPU (Parallel Computing Toolbox).
Distributed Arrays
Partition large arrays across the combined memory of your cluster using Parallel Computing Toolbox™.
Usage notes and limitations:
This function operates on distributed arrays, but executes in the client MATLAB.
For more information, see Run MATLAB Functions with Distributed Arrays (Parallel Computing Toolbox).
Version History
Introduced before R2006aR2022b: Plots created with tables preserve special characters in axis and legend labels
When you pass a table and one or more variable names to the plot3
function, the axis and legend labels now display any special characters that are included in the table variable names, such as underscores. Previously, special characters were interpreted as TeX or LaTeX characters.
For example, if you pass a table containing a variable named Sample_Number
to the plot3
function, the underscore appears in the axis and
legend labels. In R2022a and earlier releases, the underscores are interpreted as
subscripts.
Release  Label for Table Variable "Sample_Number" 

R2022b 

R2022a 

To display axis and legend labels with TeX or LaTeX formatting, specify the labels manually.
For example, after plotting, call the xlabel
or
legend
function with the desired label strings.
xlabel("Sample_Number") legend(["Sample_Number" "Another_Legend_Label"])
R2022a: Pass tables directly to plot3
Create plots by passing a table to the plot3
function followed by the variables you want to plot. When you specify your data as a table, the axis labels and the legend (if present) are automatically labeled using the table variable names.
See Also
Functions
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