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Re: A w=f{x,y,z} plot question.

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  • Subject: Re: A w=f{x,y,z} plot question.
  • From: dan <ST202013 at brownvm.brown.edu>
  • Date: Wed, 17 Mar 93 19:08:38 EST

>>Does somebody know how to plot the values of a response variable W to
>>the points defined by the variables {X,Y,Z} which W depends on, in a 3D
>>grid, and then draw the surface with Mathematica? Thanks in advance.
>
>If you want to plot the surface defined by values of an implicitly defined
>function you can do this with the package ContourPlot3D.m which will be
>available in the next version but which is also available on mathsource.
>
>This provides two functions ContourPlot3D and ListContourPlot3D.
>If you have the function f[x, y, z] you can use ContourPlot3D and
>if you have a 3D grid of points you can use ListContourPlot3D.

which directory is this package in on mathsource.wri.com?  what is the
filename?  i couldnt find it.  thanks.

-dan-

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-dan goldwater-    daniel_goldwater at brown.edu   dgold at math.umass.edu
                   st202013 at brownvm.brown.edu   dgold at lems.brown.edu
plan: to get more flegamops and begamytes than anyone else.





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