How to assign corresponding Z value to gridded X,Y data ?

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Hello all,
Having a problem with interpolating the data. I have a live data stream project where data comes from the serial port. After several steps, I want to create a XYZ grid from easting,northing and depth values.
Currently, script creates a surface in real time with "fit" function. 3D surface is visible in the figure and it is updating, so I reckon I have my interpolated surface. Then creating a meshgrid [X,Y] at interested grid size successfully. Then I tried to use "interp2" function to interpolate Z values at grid coordinates(created in meshgrid). But it's not working. Shared the error below as well. How can the matlab produce Z grid corresponding to the X Y grid (which is produced in meshgrid) ?
Kind Regards,
while true
lla = [lla; Easting, Northing, Depth];
HRZntl=[lla(:,1) lla(:,2)];
if drawT == 10 % once every 10 input data
[X, Y]=meshgrid(min(lla(:,1)):0.1:max(lla(:,1)), min(lla(:,2)):0.1:max(lla(:,2))); %Gridding the data at .1 meters
fitObj=fit(HRZntl,lla(:,3),'linearinterp'); % fitting the surface to my Easting, Northing and Depth data and it works
Z=interp2(lla(:,1),lla(:,2),lla(:,3),X,Y); % Giving Error here
axis tight
grid on
Once this code runs, I receive the error below;
Error using griddedInterpolant
The number of input coordinate arrays must match the dimensions of the sample values.
Error in interp2>makegriddedinterp (line 226)
F = griddedInterpolant(varargin{:});
Error in interp2 (line 126)
F = makegriddedinterp({X, Y}, V, method,extrap);
Error in RealTime_SBES_DataCollection_and_Mapping (line 108)

Accepted Answer

Scott MacKenzie
Scott MacKenzie on 7 Jul 2021
Try replacing interp2 with griddata, like this:
[X,Y] = meshgrid(min(lla(:,1)):0.1:max(lla(:,1)), min(lla(:,2)):0.1:max(lla(:,2)));
Z = griddata(lla(:,1),lla(:,2),lla(:,3),X,Y);
If the original data are in x, y, and z vectors, as is the case here, then griddata is the best choice for interpolation.
Mustafa Alper Cetintas
Mustafa Alper Cetintas on 7 Jul 2021
Edited: Mustafa Alper Cetintas on 7 Jul 2021
Thanks for persisting Sir! I can not be more appreciated than this for your precious help. This worked well! Attached the latest trial's screenshots here, all components of position matrice are identical-sized now, as the original data is in X,Y and Z vectors.

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