# Harald

Ludwigsburg, Germany

archaeogeophysics.info

 Sep 23 awarded Tumbleweed Sep 16 asked how to prevent labels to be stretched in IDL? Sep 12 answered possible?: changing tickValues in IDL Sep 12 asked possible?: changing tickValues in IDL May 24 comment non-linear trend reduction using thresholdsThanks a lot for your help. If you are interested, you can get the raw data via: dropbox.com/s/r7wnjb1nhx9drbz/ois.xyz - Harald. P.S.: z = 99999 are dummy values May 16 awarded Notable Question Apr 21 comment How can I extract the points from a ListSurfacePlot3D?This was indeed my intention: extracting a two-dimensional trend. Because I have some dozens of such data files, I thought I could do it in this way... Apr 21 comment How can I extract the points from a ListSurfacePlot3D?yes, I did it. By the way: The data are not generated, they are the results of a resistivity survey within an 20 m by 20 m grid Apr 21 revised How can I extract the points from a ListSurfacePlot3D?added 189 characters in body Apr 21 comment How can I extract the points from a ListSurfacePlot3D?I need the z-values of Flatten[Cases[Normal[p], Line[x__] :> x, ∞],1] at grid-positions at (0, 0), (0, 0.5),...(0, 19.5), (0.5, 0), (0.5, 0.5), (0.5, 1),..., (19.5, 19.5). So I wonder wether it would be possible to extract the data at these positions. Again, thanks for your effort, Harald Apr 21 revised How can I extract the points from a ListSurfacePlot3D?edited body Apr 21 revised How can I extract the points from a ListSurfacePlot3D?additional question Apr 21 comment How can I extract the points from a ListSurfacePlot3D?May I ask an additional question? Apr 19 accepted How can I extract the points from a ListSurfacePlot3D? Apr 19 comment How can I extract the points from a ListSurfacePlot3D?yes, this is exactly I was looking for. Thanks a lot, Harald Apr 19 asked How can I extract the points from a ListSurfacePlot3D? Mar 17 awarded Yearling Nov 27 awarded Supporter Nov 27 awarded Scholar Nov 27 accepted Why is QGIS 1.8 crashing when exporting to PDF?