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dspnt3d

Interpolates 3D double data at specified points. (Deprecated version.)

Prototype

	function dspnt3 (
		x  [*] : double,  
		y  [*] : double,  
		z  [*] : double,  
		u      : double,  
		xo [*] : double,  
		yo [*] : double,  
		zo [*] : double   
	)

	return_val [dimsizes(xo) * dimsizes(yo) * dimsizes(zo)] :  double

Arguments

x

A 1D array of length npts containing the X coordinates of the points where interpolation is desired

y

A 1D array of length npts containing the Y coordinates of the points where interpolation is desired

z

A 1D array of length npts containing the Z coordinates of the points where interpolation is desired

u

An array of any dimensionality (last dimension must be npts) containing the functional values of the input data. Element u(...,i) is the value of the input function at coordinate (x(i), y(i), z(i)) for i = 0, npts - 1.

xo

A 1D array of length m containing the X coordinates of the output data grid. The values in xo may be in any order and m can be equal to one.

yo

A 1D array of length m containing the Y coordinates of the output data grid. The values in yo may be in any order and m can be equal to one.

zo

A 1D array of length m containing the Z coordinates of the output data grid. The values in zo may be in any order and m can be equal to one.

Return value

Returns a double array dimensioned as N x m x m x m, where N represents all but the last dimension of u.

Description

[Deprecated: use dspnt3 instead.]

This function performs interpolation from sets of 3D data at a list of specified points.

This function must allocate its output arrays in advance.

This function is part of the Dsgrid package which implements a simple inverse distance weighted interpolation algorithm. No missing values are allowed.

See Also

dsgrid2 dsgrid3 dspnt2 dspnt3 dsgetp dssetp

Examples

Example 1

begin

  NUM = 1000
  NX  = 21
  NY  = 21
  NZ  = 21
  RAND_MAX = 32767.0

  xi = new((/NUM/), double)
  yi = new((/NUM/), double)
  zi = new((/NUM/), double)
  u  = new((/NUM/), double)

  xo = new((/NX/), double)
  yo = new((/NY/), double)
  zo = new((/NZ/), double)
  output = new((/NX, NY, NZ/), double)

  xmin = -2.0
  ymin = -2.0
  zmin = -2.0
  xmax =  2.0
  ymax =  2.0
  zmax =  2.0

;
; Create random data in three space and define a function.
;
  rand1 = new((/NUM/), double)
  rand2 = new((/NUM/), double)
  rand3 = new((/NUM/), double)
  srand(1)
  do i = 0, NUM - 1
    rand1(i) = rand
    rand2(i) = rand
    rand3(i) = rand
  end do
  xi = xmin + (xmax - xmin) * (rand1 / RAND_MAX)
  yi = ymin + (ymax - ymin) * (rand2 / RAND_MAX)
  zi = zmin + (zmax - zmin) * (rand3 / RAND_MAX)

  u = (xi * xi) + (yi * yi) + (zi * zi)
; 
; Create the output grid.
;
  ii = fspan(0, 20.0, 21)
  xo = xmin + (ii / (NX - 1)) * (xmax - xmin)
  yo = ymin + (ii / (NY - 1)) * (ymax - ymin)
  zo = zmin + (ii / (NZ - 1)) * (zmax - zmin)

  do i = 0, NX - 1
    do j = 0, NY - 1
      do k = 0, NZ - 1
        dspnt3d(xi, yi, zi, u, xo(i), yo(j), zo(k), u(i, j, k))
      end do
    end do
  end do
end