MATLAB: Scatter3, colors indicate 3dimensions

MATLAB: Scatter3, colors indicate 3dimensions

scatter3 3d colors

Dear all, I have 3 vectors, flux1, flux2 and temperature, both fluxes depending on temperature. I plotted all 3 in a figure using scatter3. Now I’d like to color the Markerpoints depending on their hight (=according temperature) so that the scatterpoint cloud is easier to read. I know with: scatter3(x,y,z,s,c), c gives an option to do this but I don’t seem to understand how to create a c matrix. I randomly tried this:
``figuretest = [flux1.';flux2.';temp.'].';scatter3(flux1,flux2,temp,20,test,'*')view([10 20])zlabel('Temperature')xlabel('sensible heat flux')ylabel('latent heat flux')set(gca,'Color',[0.8 0.8 0.8]);``
but I’m not happy about it (too much white colored points for high values) and I’d love to actually understand where the coloring comes from my random c-matrix and how I can influence that. Any suggestions and hints? 🙂
Sorry if this is a very basic question but I couldn’t find an answer in the Documentation and I’m pretty new to matlab.

``clearvars; close all; clc;%%create the 3 vectorsa = -50;b = 50;flux1 = (b-a).*rand(100,1) + a;flux2 = (b-a).*rand(100,1) + a;temp = linspace(-5,15,100);%%when c is of same length as flux1, flux2 and temp, then values in c are linearly mapped to the current colormap% The command 'colorbar' shows the current colormap on the side of the% figurefigure; scatter3(flux1,flux2,temp,20,temp,'*');zlabel('Temperature')xlabel('sensible heat flux')ylabel('latent heat flux')title('With c = temperature');colorbar``