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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...
The only way I know how is to use the "ViewPoint -> {x,y,z}" option in the Plot or Show statement.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...
Yes, Mathematica has powerful tools for creating and manipulating 3D graphs. These graphs can be rotated and viewed from any angle using the Manipulate
function.
Yes, Mathematica allows for the addition of labels, legends, and annotations to 3D graphs. These can be customized and positioned as desired using the PlotLabel
and Epilog
options.
Yes, Mathematica allows for the export of 3D graphs to various formats such as PDF, PNG, and VRML. This can be done using the Export
function.
Yes, Mathematica has a wide range of built-in functions for creating various types of 3D graphs, including surface plots, bar graphs, and scatter plots. These can be accessed through the Plot3D
and ListPlot3D
functions.
Yes, Mathematica has efficient algorithms for handling large datasets and creating 3D graphs from them. It also has options for optimizing the graph for performance, such as using ListDensityPlot3D
instead of Plot3D
for large datasets.