Plotting a 3d graph using inputs from a different graph.

Imeshinu shared this question 4 months ago
Needs Answer

I am a newbie to GeoGebra.

I was so thrilled to see this graph and thinking how can I plot another output graph like this (image attached) on the same plane - to see how the new graph will change according to changing parameters in the first graph.

It may be a long process, but can someone please explain me where to start and how to proceed? I checked all the basics videos but still not able to connect the dots.

Thank you!

Comments (4)


me es imposible entender frases como "quiero que un valor cambie cuando cambie otro valor" sin saber en qué sentido deben cambiar y qué relación hay entre los valores. Pero sí puedo decirte cómo dibujar bandas que dependen de dos funciones

Files: foro.ggb

Actually, I want to create lines not bands. Basically, this is what I want to do.

1. I want to use this chart

2. From the chart, I want to use P(Type I Error) and P(Type II Error) values.

3. Using those values I want to calculate Total Error.

Total Error = ( H0 * P(Type I Error) ) + (H1 * P(Type II Error) )

Assumption: H0 + H1 = 100% ( So, H0 < 100, H1 < 100)

4. My goal is to plot a graph:

X-axis: P(Type I Error) or alpha

Y-axis: P(Type II Error) or beta

Z-axis: Total Error

The final output would looks like in this attached image. In this plot, X-axis: P(Type I Error) or alpha and Y-axis: P(Type II Error) or beta.

When changing values on this chart, I want to see the changes in the final graph.

Can you please advise? Thanks!!


sorry I can not edit your file

try locus((P(Type I Error) , P(Type II Error) ) , alpha)


You mean this file?

It is JPEG file. Cannot edit it.


© 2021 International GeoGebra Institute