In Response To 'Re: Re: Filling in ListPlot3D'
Thanks for your continued help,
Let me attach a notebook. It will contain a random generator for two list values which represent the heights of these cuboids. One is the hard bottom surface, and the other the soft top surface which lies on top of the bottom. Then it will plot the bottom surface as I generally do to give you an idea of what it looks like.
Then I will try a few ways to get the fill to work so that the soft surface looks to sit on top of the bottom.
As I mentioned before, I couldn't get the PlotRegion function to work I think because I am working with a discrete list and not a continuous function.
Attachment: ThirdBodyPlotting.nb, URL: ,