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In this article, we can take a program code to show how we can make a 3D plot interactive using Jupyter Notebook. Create a new figure, or activate an existing figure. Create fig and ax variables using subplots method, where default nrows and ncols are 1, projection=’3d”.How to do 3D plotting in Python using matplotlib?
Note that these two steps will be common in most of the 3D plotting you do in Python using Matplotlib. After we create the axes object, we can use it to create any type of plot we want in the 3D space. To plot a single point, we will use the scatter () method, and pass the three coordinates of the point.How to generate a 3D plot using axes3d (figure) function?
Now using Axes3D (figure) function from the mplot3d library we can generate a required plot directly. Pass the data to the 3D plot and configure the title and labels. Note: We must needed to add ” %matplotlib widget “, it is a Jupyter magic widget and used to tell jupyter to use interactive backend for plot.How do I import axes3d from Matplotlib?
import matplotlib.pyplot as plt from mpl_toolkits.mplot3d import Axes3D The first one is a standard import statement for plotting using matplotlib, which you would see for 2D plotting as well. The second import of the Axes3D class is required for enabling 3D projections.