Mathematica there is a possibility to twist and turn 3D graphs

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Can anybody tell me if in Mathematica there is a possibility to twist and turn 3D graphs like you can in Maple? I've only found a way to type in coordinates to turn it and that's really unconvenient...
 

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There is the '3D viewpoint selector' under the 'input' menu.
 
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I know that, and there I can turn the thing around like I want, but how do I transfer that to my plot?
 
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.... got you :smile: .... it really is inconvenient. Haven't seen anything in the gui which would do it realtime without re-evaluating the expressions :confused:
 
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TSN79 said:
Can anybody tell me if in Mathematica there is a possibility to twist and turn 3D graphs like you can in Maple? I've only found a way to type in coordinates to turn it and that's really unconvenient...
The only way I know how is to use the "ViewPoint -> {x,y,z}" option in the Plot or Show statement.
 

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