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Re: how to draw the contour lines on a surface


In article <4m7q96$k5h at dragonfly.wolfram.com>,
goffinet  <goffinet at cit-novell.univ-st-etienne.fr> wrote:
>    Hello
>
>    I'm sure the answer lies somewhere inthe Mathematica journal, but I 
>have been unable to find it
>
>     I want to get an image of a surface (with z=z(x,y) would be a good 
>start, with an implicit surface it would be even better) with the lines 
>z=Constant drawn on it. I don't want to Solve différential equations or 
>such, merely to make use of what is already done in ContourPlot (or 
>ImplicitPlot) and to draw the lines on the surface
>
>     How can one get the Lines[... , ... ,   ] which are used by the 
>final display of a ContourPlot? 

Take a look at the InputForm of a graphics object returned by ContourPlot.
You'll see the lines in there.  If you need more help, I'm pretty sure
there's an example of doing exactly this in Wickham-Jones' book.


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