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Stephen
09/28/05 4:56pm

I am plotting a 3d contour map (with boundaries say x=0 to 1 y=0 to 3^(1/3)/2) and i only want to see an equilateral triangle with the corners being x= 0 y= 0, x=1 y=0, and another at the top in the center. Said differently I want to cut out everything that is not in this triangle. Three lines that would enclose this area are y=0, y=3^(1/3)*x, and y=3^(1/3)*(1-x), and I'm wondering how I can eliminate the other parts of the graph so I will only see the density plot inside the triangle.
Thanks so much,
Stephen

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Limiting what i see in a contour map Stephen 09/28/05 4:56pm
Re: Limiting what i see in a contour map yehuda ben-s... 09/30/05 00:28am
Re: Limiting what i see in a contour map Lenka 10/01/05 10:59am
Re: Limiting what i see in a contour map yehuda ben-s... 10/04/05 10:36am
Re: Limiting what i see in a contour map Lenka 10/05/05 3:19pm
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