This is documentation for Mathematica 6, which was
based on an earlier version of the Wolfram Language.

ReliefPlot

 ReliefPlot[array] generates a relief plot of an array of height values.
• ReliefPlot[array] arranges successive rows of array up the page, and successive columns across.
 AspectRatio Automatic ratio of height to width Axes False whether to draw axes BoxRatios Automatic effective 3D bounding box ratios ClippingStyle None how to draw clipped parts of the surface ColorFunction Automatic how to determine the color of surfaces ColorFunctionScaling True whether to scale arguments to ColorFunction DataRange Automatic the range of x and y values to assume for data DataReversed False whether to reverse the order of rows Frame True whether to draw a frame around the plot FrameTicks None what ticks to include on the frame LightingAngle Automatic effective angle of the simulated light source MaxPlotPoints Automatic the maximum number of points to include Mesh False whether to draw a mesh MeshStyle Automatic the style for mesh lines Method Automatic the method to use PerformanceGoal \$PerformanceGoal aspects of performance to try to optimize PlotRange {Full,Full,All} the range of z or other values to include PlotRangeClipping True whether to clip at the plot range PlotRangePadding Automatic how much to pad the range of values
• In ReliefPlot[array], array must be a rectangular array, with each element a single real number representing a z value.
• There will be holes in the surface corresponding to array elements that do not represent explicit height values.
• ReliefPlot[array] by default takes the x and y coordinate values for each data point to be successive integers starting at 1. Other coordinates can be specified using DataRange.
• Possible settings for Method include "DiffuseReflection" and "AspectBasedShading".
• With some settings for PerformanceGoal, other specific option settings may be overridden.
Use elevation data to display shaded terrain:
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