Ego pose missing z coordinate followup


how would I get the z coordinate of the ego_pose ? Would I use nusc.ego_pose[] ? Do I need to use the rotation as well ?


Please work through the tutorial:
It should be nusc.ego_pose[0]['translation'][2]

Apologies for the confusion. I was thinking of the sample_annotation.
The localization takes place in 2d, hence we unfortunately do not have a z coordinate.
However, except for a few humps the cities have very few slopes.