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Changing "point" styles in 3D plots

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  • Subject: [mg79792] Changing "point" styles in 3D plots
  • From: Brad Osgood <osgood at stanford.edu>
  • Date: Sat, 4 Aug 2007 06:00:33 -0400 (EDT)

Is it possible to use different symbols in plotting points in 3D, and  
also scale the size (as in PlotMarkers in 2D plots)? I've computed  
intersection points of some curves in 3D and I want to display the  
intersections but use different symbols for different points -- you  
know, like a regular point for one intersection, an "X" for another,  
etc.

Thanks for help on what is probably an elementary question.

Brad Osgood
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