# MATLAB: How to plot a 3d function (with two independent variables)

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Hi,
I am trying to plot a 3d function,which contains two independent variables. I do not know is that I am not getting it right or something, it seems very complicated to plot it in Matlab. Could someone help me?
``% d11=0.3;d12=-0.1;d21=0.2;d22=-0.15;r=0.01;p1=0.4;p2=0.6;syms c1 syms c2%eucara=@(c1,c2) -(1/r)*p1*exp(-r*(d11*c1+d12*c2))-(1/r)*p2*exp(-r*(d12*c1+d22*c2));eucara= -(1/r)*p1*exp(-r*(d11*c1+d12*c2))-(1/r)*p2*exp(-r*(d12*c1+d22*c2));ezplot(c1,c2,eucara)``
I find that ezplot is most close to the function I want. But I get the error that there are Too many sym objects to plot. I think it means in this method, there should not be any variables in the function. So I need to write down the explicit expressions for eucara with p1,p2…etc being assigned with some particular numbers. But I do want to change them to make the plot more flexible. So my question is
• How to plot a 3d function?
• In which way the plot is flexible in the sense that it is easy to change the parameters of the function.

``ezsurf(char(eucara),[0 1000 0 1000])`` 