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Follow up: 3D Convex Hull

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  • Subject: [mg44708] Follow up: 3D Convex Hull
  • From: gilmar.rodriguez at (Gilmar Rodr?guez Pierluissi)
  • Date: Fri, 21 Nov 2003 05:13:30 -0500 (EST)
  • Sender: owner-wri-mathgroup at

Many of you are refering me to he Mathematica's Delaunay interface
shortcut to qh-math in:

This is a shortcut that eventually re-routes a person to:

Unfortunately, the "qh-math: A MathLink Interface To Qhull's Delaunay
Triangulation" contained in this last web site is not self-contained. 
The user needs to obtain the source code to Qhull version 2.6, which
is not longer available at the (the "official
website"). It also requires appropriate development tools for the
platform on which the user will be running qh-math.  The development
tool requires an ANSI C compiler and a linker for creating libraries.

In a nutshell; the above program is too difficult to use for the
average Mathematica user!  A simple Mathematica notebook containing
the necessary code, and an example illustrating how the code can be
applied to real world data, would be a lot more "tangible" to the
average Mathematica user.  If you have such a notebook please, make it
available to everyone via this MathUse Platform or, send it to me at:
gilmar.rodriguez at
as an attachment, with your reply e-mail message.

Thank you for your feedback, and your help!

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