[pstricks] Solid mathematical surfaces with pst-3dplot

Paul Smith phhs80 at gmail.com
Tue Aug 22 09:24:42 CEST 2006

On 8/19/06, Herbert Voss <LaTeX at zedat.fu-berlin.de> wrote:
> > Sometime ago, I asked here whether it was possible with PSTricks to
> > draw a graph like the one attached. At that time, pst-3dplot could
> > approximately do that. I say 'approximately' as it could not draw the
> > surface without any grid. I am now asking whether pst-3dplot has
> > meanwhile got the ability to draw solid (without any grid)
> > mathematical surfaces.
> have a look at http://perce.de/LaTeX/pst-IIID/
> It is highly experimental, but the Example.pdf
> shows some surfaces of functions.
> Manuel is also working on a new pst-vue3d.
> Maybe he has some more ideas.

Thanks, Herbert. I hope that in future PSTricks will offer the
possibility of drawing solid mathematical surfaces _without_ any grid.


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