I am either missing an easy solution or trying the impossible.

I am attempting to make a 3d plot of a data set I have, two vectors and a matrix. I am running into issues where the data isn’t being indexed correctly, it overlaps the two points on top of each other. For instance if I have the data set

```
x=[1,2];
y=[10,25];
z=[0 300; 550 1500];
```

I can get the proper results if I manually input:

```
scatter([x[1]],[y[1]],[z[1,1]])
scatter!([x[1]],[y[2]],[z[1,2]])
scatter!([x[2]],[y[1]],[z[2,1]])
scatter!([x[2]],[y[2]],[z[2,2]])
```

The real data set is much larger so this wouldn’t work, I also don’t think I would be able to translate it into a contour plot. When I try to use `scatter([x],[y],[z])`

I get the points plotted as if I had done:

```
scatter([x[1]],[y[1]],[z[1,1]])
scatter!([x[1]],[y[1]],[z[1,2]])
scatter!([x[2]],[y[2]],[z[2,1]])
scatter!([x[2]],[y[2]],[z[2,2]])
```

I have attempted using different matrix and vector combinations and the results always end similarly. I realize I can use `for`

loops or section the data, but it seems like I am missing something fundamental that should make this trivial.