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Re: ContourPlot3D and mapping

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  • Subject: [mg55084] Re: [mg55038] ContourPlot3D and mapping
  • From: "Dr A.H. Harker" <a.harker at>
  • Date: Fri, 11 Mar 2005 04:21:43 -0500 (EST)
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 I think you need to abandon ContourPlot3D and reformulate your problem to
use ParametricPlot3D, when you do have the option to specify a surface
colour (but remember to set Lighting->False)

 Tony Harker 
 Department of Physics and Astronomy
 University College London
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 a.harker at

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]->Sent: 10 March 2005 10:25
]->To: mathgroup at
]->Subject: [mg55084] [mg55038] ContourPlot3D and mapping
]->Hi All,
]->I have a surface that is described by a function f[x,y,x] = C. I need to
]->map the values of another function g[x,y,z] on this surface, probably by
]->some kind of color scheme. It is something like giving "texture" to
]->an isovalue surface.
]->Has anyone done anything similar and could give me a hint?
]->Any help would be appreciated.
]->PS. My appologies if this have been discussed before. I googled with
]->"ContourPlot3D", "mapping surface", etc, without avail.

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