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I need to create a plot like in this image: I wrote this code:

close all

x = [NaN 1 3 7 9 23 8];
y = [NaN 2 6 7 8 2 1];
z = [NaN 1 4 5 5 4 1];

for n = 1:length(z)-1
x1 = x(n);
x2 = x(n+1);
y1 = y(n);
y2 = y(n+1);
z1 = z(n);
z2 = z(n+1);
p = patch([x1 x2 x2 x1], [y1 y2 y2 y1], [0 0 z2 z1], [0 1 1]);
set(p, 'LineStyle', 'none');
plot3([x1 x2], [y1 y2], [z1 z2], 'b-', 'linewidth', 3);
hold on
end

view(3);
light

And I get this: This is okay, but every patch face has a solid color, where I would like to have a color gradient based on the Z value, like in the first image where lowest z values are azure and highest z values are white (with a gradient from lowest to highest).

How can I modify my script to get this effect?

#0

There are a number of ways to define your patches, and a number of ways to color them as well. Here's a way to create your coordinate data without a for loop and plot and color your patches with a single call to the function patch:

x = [NaN 1 3 7 9 23 8];  %# Sample x data
y = [NaN 2 6 7 8 2 1];   %# Sample y data
z = [NaN 1 4 5 5 4 1];   %# Sample z data

N = numel(x);                        %# The number of sample data points
X = [x; x([1 1],[N 1:N-1]); x];      %# X coordinates (one patch per column)
Y = [y; y([1 1],[N 1:N-1]); y];      %# Y coordinates (one patch per column)
Z = [z; z([N 1:N-1]); zeros(2,N)];   %# Z coordinates (one patch per column)
C = round(63.*Z./max(Z(:)))+1;       %# Color map index
map = [linspace(0,1,64).' ...       %'# Color map (64 values spanning from
ones(64,2)];                  %#   white to cyan)

figure();                               %# Open a new figure
patch(X,Y,Z,C,'FaceColor','interp',...  %# Plot the patches
'EdgeColor','none');
colormap(map);                          %# Update color map
hold on;                                %# Add to the plot
line(X(1:2,:),Y(1:2,:),Z(1:2,:),...     %# Plot the line
'Color','b','LineWidth',2);
view(3);                                %# Change the view

And this will give you the following plot, with patches colored white at the highest values and fading to cyan at the lowest values: Explanation of the indexed color mapping...

The variable map above is a 64-by-3 matrix of values between 0 and 1. Each row represents an RGB triplet, thus defining a unique color ranging from cyan in row 1 to white in row 64. This is used as the figure color map. The Face color data in C is a set of row indices into this color map, one for each value in Z. The lowest values in Z are mapped to an index of 1 (cyan in the color map) while the largest values are mapped to an index of 64 (white in the color map).

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