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Parin Sripakdeevong
12/13/05 9:09pm

Hi. Now I have a list of points in 3D space ->{{0.90764, 0.321386,
0.742361}, {-0.727316, -0.202663, 0.958535}, {0.409088, 0.809914,
0.520903}, {-0.521676, -0.646483, 0.503606}, {-0.163541, 0.792442, \
-0.293137}, {0.0112097, -0.923701, -0.31638}, {-0.549657, 0.510024, \
-0.921707}, {0.690945, -0.679274, -0.691781}, {-0.775061, 0.0297114, -0.7715}}-something like this but alot longer. When I plot the graph, with the command catterPlot3D[TablePhiSThetaSPhiJ, AxesLabel -> {"PhiS", "ThetaS", "
PhiJ"}, PlotJoined -> True, PlotStyle -> PointSize[0.000008]];, the lines connects the points according to the order the points appear on the list. I however want the line to connects points which are nearest to one another instead. Is that possible?

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Connecting points on 3D plot (not the usual case) Parin Sripak... 12/13/05 9:09pm
Re: Connecting points on 3D plot (not the usual... yehuda ben-s... 12/15/05 03:27am
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