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Re: Combining differnt plots in one graphic


In[1]:=
gr[1]=ParametricPlot3D[{s,t^2,Sin[t]},{s,0,1},{t,0,1},AxesLabel\[Rule]{x,y,z}]

In[2]:=
gr[2]=ParametricPlot3D[{1-t,t^2,Sin[t]+0.05},{
     t,0,1},AxesLabel\[Rule]{x,y,z}]/.xpr:Line[__]\[RuleDelayed]{
     Red,Thickness[0.05],xpr}

In[3]:=
Show[gr[1],gr[2]]

On 8/2/06, Eckhard Schlemm <e.schlemm at hotmail.de> wrote:
> Hello,
>
> It's me again having a question^^
>
> I have got a surface plot generated by ParametricPlot3D and a curve on that
> surface wich I want to display in one graphic, such that the line is clearly
> to be distinguished from the surface..are there any options to make the line
> bold or somewhat more visible?:-) ANd also it seems to me, that the lne does
> not always seem to be on top...how can that be done?
>
> Thanks, I attached a simple example of what I am talking about^^
>
> [Contact the author to get this - attachments are not permitted - moderator]
>
> Eckhard
>
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