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Three-Dimensional Plots in SAGE [ID:1842] (3/4)

in series: Scientific Computing Using SAGE

video tutorial by unpingco, added 02/10

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In this segment, we discuss plotting three-dimensional mathematical functions in SAGE, how to overlay a corresponding colormap, how to draw primitive solids, as well as how three-dimensional graphics are handles in SAGE's browser interface.

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Good job. Exelent examples.

Great intro ... thanks ...

5. oqgrqsbmkpo Thu, 30 Sep 2010 11:24

Once again Keep it up.

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How about examples beyond the teaching sandbox that help people ditch matlab.

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Excellent overview on the specifics of 3-d plots with how to obtain further information from the Sage Library.

2. marinir seo Sat, 06 Mar 2010 11:42

Really nice videos, I went to the three of them.

I wish you made more, it is a very quick way to learn, much quicker and nicer than working through an ordinary tutorial.

Thanks !!

Nice job.

I'm interested in putting interactive plots in documents generated by LaTeX, with a view to online textbooks.

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