Finding the maximum position (x,y) coordinate from contour plot

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%% ABGS
clc
clear all
eta_dom=1:5;
epsilon_dom=6:10;
n_load=1:5;
Disp_dom=[1:5;6:10;11:15;16:20;21:25];
eta_len=length(eta_dom);
eps_len=length(epsilon_dom);
load_len=length(n_load);
Dis_max_1=zeros(load_len,1);
Disp=zeros(eta_len,eps_len);
tic
for ie=1:eta_len
eta=eta_dom(ie);
ie
for s=1:eps_len
eps=epsilon_dom(s);
s
for k=1:load_len
load=n_load(k);
k
Disp=Disp+Disp_dom;
end
end
end
toc
% [x, y] = meshgrid(epsilon_dom,eta_dom);
% % [C, h] = contour(x, y, Disp);
% [max_e,index] = max(abs(Disp));
% [max_e_1,index_1] = max(max_e);
% Dis_max_1(k,1)=max_e_1;
% x_max = x(index_1);
% y_max = y(index_1);
% x_m(k,1)=x_max;
% y_m(k,1)=y_max;
%
% figure();s1=contourf(epsilon_dom,eta_dom,Disp);view(2);colormap(hot);colorbar;set(colorbar,'linewidth',1.5,'Box','on');hold on;
% figure();plot(n_load,Dis_max_1);
% figure();plot(n_load,x_m);
% figure();plot(n_load,y_m);
In the above attached matlab code I am trying to find the position (x,y) coordinates from contour plot. I want to plot contour between 'Disp','eta_dom','epsilon_dom' for 'n_load'. I want to find maximum X (eta_dom) and Y (epsilon_dom) coordinate for different n_load=1,2....for max(summation displacement) (Z).
I am trying to plot n_load (x) vs max disp (y); n_load (x) vs max eta (y) and n_load (x) vs max epsilon (y). But here I am doubtful about results as my 'disp' is summed up, i am getting single maximum value only whereas I want each of the max displ for each of the summing load.
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DGM
DGM on 31 Aug 2021
I don't really understand what you're trying to do if finding the maximum value isn't what you want.
The whole set of loops is confusingly unnecessary.
Disp = load_len*eta_len*eps_len*Disp_dom;
eta = eta_dom(end);
eps = epsilon_dom(end);
load = n_load(end);

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