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3-D curve

  • To: mathgroup at yoda.physics.unc.edu
  • Subject: 3-D curve
  • From: Brown Jeffrey Scott <jsbrown0 at lava.mines.colorado.edu>
  • Date: Thu, 26 Aug 93 12:18:25 -0600

I will be cross-posting this to sci.math.symbolic.  Sorry if this is a repeat.

The data consists of a list of 3-D points.  What I would like to obtain is a 3-D curve.

In the case of 2-D points, this is obtained most easily using Interpolation,
which generates a spline curve through the points.  Also, the package 

Spline.m by John Novak would work, allowing far more variability in the parameters
of the splines.

Does there already exist a routine which generates 3-D splines in Mathematica?


--Jeff Brown

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