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Re: 3d graph


In article <4efbed$rp7 at dragonfly.wri.com>,
Stephen Nichols <snichols at onramp.net> wrote:
>
>Hey,
>
>I have what may be a very simple question but I have just
>started using Mathematica and can not figure it out.  I have
>a text file with lines of x y z values seperated by tabs, ie
>
>223.3	233.5	2894.0
>
>How do I get a 3d graph of the points?  I would appreciate any help

You want to use ScatterPlot3D, which lives in one of the standard packages.
Check out the Guide to Standard Packages book, a copy of which should
have been included with your Mathematica software.  If you don't have it
you can order it from WRI for a nominal fee.

		Dave Wagner
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