need your help about a very simple (i hope so ;) ) problem.
I'm making 3D surface from files which contains X and Y coordinates (they are points on a grid) and a Z value linked at each X,Y point.
Now, for one file the highest Z value is kind of 120, so colors and scale range from 0 to 120.
On the other hand, another file Z highest value is 300. I want to level out the two (or more) 3D plot. I mean, i want to have on the same page two (or more) 3D plot with a scale ranging from 0 to 300, and each color level must be the same for both (color yellow = 50 of Z value, color blue = 100 of Z value, and so on). I already tried to do that, but i'm not sure to have done it properly so just want to listen your opinions as well.
At the same time, i want to have on the Z axis of the 3D plot the same "proportions" of both (or more) 3D surfaces. I mean, if on my screen the lenght of the Z axis is (just saying) 3 cm, for one plot it ranges from 0 to 120, for the other it ranges from 0 to 300. I want to have the same for both, and same "proportions" of both the 3D surfaces.
Hope i explained my problem properly.
Thanks in advance guys
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