Re: Showing the points on a surface about a circle in the plane
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- Subject: [mg74894] Re: Showing the points on a surface about a circle in the plane
- From: "ahallam at iastate.edu" <ahallam at iastate.edu>
- Date: Tue, 10 Apr 2007 05:18:27 -0400 (EDT)
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On Apr 9, 5:19 am, Jean-Marc Gulliet <jeanmarc.gull... at gmail.com> wrote: > ahal... at iastate.edu wrote: > > What I would like to do with Plot3D and ParametricPlot3D is show a > > surface in three dimensions, a circle in the plane and the points on > > the surface above the circle. This is what I have in mind where I > > have a square in the plane. I simply don't know of a way to handle > > the circle. If there were am ImplicitPlot3D, I can think so some > > options. > > > I am not sure how to send code so that it is readable so I am simply > > pasting as is. > > [snip] > > You should use the *InputForm* when copying an expression from a > Mathematica notebook to an email client. To do so, select the cell(s) > you want to include in your email, then within the *Cell* menu select > either *Convert To* or *Display As* and choose *InputForm*. Finally, > copy and paste as usual. > > Also, you may be interesting in installing Ingolf Dahl's "SetFaceAndFont > Palette," which, among many other useful things, provides a > "CopyAsInputFormK button, for copying code with formatting removed." > > Seehttp://library.wolfram.com/infocenter/MathSource/5752/ > > Regards, > Jean-Marc > > P.S. Here the description of the palette from the web site: > > "SetFaceandFont Palette. a Mathematica palette with many functions: Five > font change buttons to common font choices (those used in Help) > > Font size buttons, font face buttons, font color buttons and background > color buttons. > > Search buttons, for searching the Online Mathematica help, the MathGroup > (and Wiki-webMathematica) and the whole web (including your own desktop, > if you have Google Desktop with Wolfram Notebook Indexer installed). > Just select some words and press the button... > > Bracketing buttons to add different brackets around the selection. > > A list item duplicator button, which duplicates the selection with a > comma inserted in between. This button can also be used after > interactive choice of points in a plot (See menu item Get Graphics > Coordinates...) or be used to duplicate cells. > > A "peel" button to remove brackets (of almost any kind), with the > separate ability to turn cells into text cells with text as TextData. It > eliminates the annoying reformatting when you delete one quote or > bracket and suddenly lose sight of the matching partner. > > A rewritten CopyAsInputFormK button, for copying code with formatting > removed. Embedded InvisibleSpace? No problems, it is converted to a > usual visible one, > > And if all your spaces have been transformed into multiplication signs, > there is a button for that... > > Help function, integrated into the Mathematica help." This is great. Thanks.