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Xavier
09/29/08 05:49am

Hey,

You can find an idea in the enclosed notebook. In input, you give your 3D function and some options if you want. Then, you get what you want. The example I show you is just to show there are three curves because it is not that easy with all the functions.
Hope it helps.
Cheers,

Xavier

Attachment: MultiPlot.nb, URL: http://zavou.zxr.fr,

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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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