How can I figure out the highest value in my diagram? And mark it?

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UPDATE My new Code! Input: "Input1.txt
Input_Matrix = textread('Rainflow_Input1.txt')
[zeilen,spalten]=size(Input_Matrix)
x = Input_Matrix(:,1)
y = Input_Matrix(:,2)
z = Input_Matrix(:,3)
colorbar('location','Manual', 'position', [0.93 0.1 0.02 0.81]);
az = 0;
el = 90;
view(az, el);
%scatter3(x,y,z,'filled')%Problem i dont know to make it filled
view(0,90)% view from above !!!http://de.mathworks.com/help/matlab/ref/view.html
a = 30;%markersize
scatter3(x, y, z, a, z, 'filled');
hold on
view(0, 90)
idx = find(max(z)) ;
hold on
plot3(x(idx),y(idx),z(idx),'*r')
colorbar
datacursormode on
How can I figure out the highest value in my diagram? I want to mark it in my diagram. So the x y and z value should be displayed from the highest value -> z!. Thank you for your help guys. I really appreciate it.
Input_Matrix = textread('Rainflow_Input1.txt')
[zeilen,spalten]=size(Input_Matrix)
x = Input_Matrix(:,1)
y = Input_Matrix(:,2)
z = Input_Matrix(:,3)
colorbar('location','Manual', 'position', [0.93 0.1 0.02 0.81]);
az = 0;
el = 90;
view(az, el);
%scatter3(x,y,z,'filled')%Problem i dont know to make it filled
view(0,90)% view from above !!!http://de.mathworks.com/help/matlab/ref/view.html
a = 30;%markersize
scatter3(x, y, z, a, z, 'filled');
view(0, 90)
colorbar;

Accepted Answer

KSSV
KSSV on 27 Sep 2016
idx = find(max(z)) ; % gives the position of maximum z
hold on
plot(x(idx),y(idx),'*r) ; % plots the location
read about find..
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