Circle radius corresponding to z axis

Hi All,

I have input some data which I have managed to plot using a series of points and generate a 3D graph. I am trying to then add a parameter which will plot circles onto those points where the circle radius is determined by the z-axis. I.e the greater the number in the z-axis the greater the radius of the circle. If anyone could help that would be great.


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Fin Overcrowding (8.0 KB)

Why don’t you use “Z” coordinate values of your points?

Why is Y being used?
(Updated to show target domain at top - did you reverse those inputs for a reason?)

Overcrowding (21.2 KB)

I would use the same Y value for all the points/circles in each branch. Speaking of branches…

Overcrowding (21.0 KB)

Hi Joseph,

I wanted Y illustrated as well. This is much closer to what I was looking for, however the size of the circles are relative to each string of data. I was hoping for the circles to be larger the greater the z value. I have attached an image which hopefully explains what I mean better.



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This is much better with the Y value the same actually. However I would still like the size of the circle to be relative to the overall z value. Rather than attached to the confides of each branch of data. Thanks

Fine. Two small changes get you that.

Overcrowding (18.3 KB)

Doh! Make that one small change then? Flattening the input to Bnd (domain Bounds)

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Thank you, Joseph. I really appreciate your help. Sorry for being a durr brain