Display statistical values for the specified 3D datasets created from data triples.

@f{xyzstatvalue(DatasetName, Type)}
@f{xyzstatvalue(DatasetName, Type, Format)}



Name of a 3D dataset.


Name of the statistical value:

Value Meaning
xmin Value of the smalles x coordinate
xmax Value of the greatest x coordinate
ymin Value of the smalles y coordinate
ymax Value of the greatest y coordinate
zmin Value of the smalles z coordinate
zmax Value of the greatest z coordinate
xmean arithmetic mean of the x coordinates
ymean arithmetic mean of the y coordinates
zmean arithmetic mean of the z coordinates
zminposx x position of the z minimum
zminposy y position of the z minimum
zmaxposx x position of the z maximum
zmaxposy y position of the z maximum
meandeviation Calculate the mean deviation.
variance Calculates the covariance, see also cov
standarddeviation Calculates the standard deviation, see also std
standarddeviation2 Calculates the standard deviation 2 sigma.
median Calculates the 0.5 quantile
quantile Calculate the quantile. The value in the range 0 to 1 is separated by a colon. Example: @f{xystatvalue(Data1, quantile:0.1)} calculates the 10% quantile.
npoints Number of data points

Specifies the number format. The default format is %g. Example: %.3lf will print the values with 3 decimal places. For a complete description see printf. In field functions commas are not allowed inside the format string.


To find the dataset name, click the dataset. The name will be displayed in the status bar, e.g. Data3. The field function can be inserted into a table object or text object.


z = @f{xyzstatvalue(Data10, zmin)} g/kWh
x = @f{xyzstatvalue(Data10, zminposx)} 1/min
y = @f{xyzstatvalue(Data10, zminposy)} Nm


z = 216 g/kWh
x = 2432 1/min
y = 138 Nm


Version Description
R2013.6 New.