I want to use something in Julia similar to rotate3d in Matlab so I can rotate the figures I produce. My base code looks like this:
function plotPatch() fig = figure() ax = Axes3D(fig) ax[:mouse_init]() ax[:set_xlim3d](left=-0.6, right=0.6) ax[:set_ylim3d](bottom=-0.6, top=0.6) ax[:set_zlim3d](bottom=-0.6, top=0.6) end``` I've googled this and I found: ```ax[:mouse_init]() ``` but nothing happens when I include that in the code.. (no error messages but I'm still not able to rotate the plot). Could I solve it in another way? I'd like to use PyPlot for this therefore I'm especially thankful for tips on how to solve this using PyPlot if that is possible.