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Xavier
09/28/08 1:55pm

Hey,

My answer would be yes if I got you well: do you mean plotting 95%*f, f and 105%*f with f your normal function? If not, please let me know because I don't get it.
Cheers,

Xavier

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multiple 3d plots in one 3d surface David 09/27/08 5:28pm
Re: multiple 3d plots in one 3d surface Xavier 09/28/08 1:55pm
Re: Re: multiple 3d plots in one 3d surface You are righ... 09/28/08 7:44pm
Re: multiple 3d plots in one 3d surface Xavier 09/29/08 05:49am
Re: Re: multiple 3d plots in one 3d surface David 10/01/08 3:23pm
Re: multiple 3d plots in one 3d surface Peter Pein 10/02/08 5:59pm
Re: Re: multiple 3d plots in one 3d surface David 10/08/08 08:28am
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