1 | initial version |

I do not think that there in an interface with `qhull`

inside Sage. So, you may have to use it from a shell, as if you installed it on your OS:

```
$ sage -sh
```

To get help and examples, just type:

```
(sage-sh) user@machine:~$ qhull
```

And then, you can try:

```
(sage-sh) user@machine:~$ rbox y 1000 W0 | qhull
Convex hull of 1004 points in 3-d:
Number of vertices: 4
Number of facets: 4
Statistics for: rbox y 1000 W0 | qhull
Number of points processed: 4
Number of hyperplanes created: 5
Number of distance tests for qhull: 11001
CPU seconds to compute hull (after input): 0
```

2 | No.2 Revision |

~~I ~~First, you can install it by typing:

```
$ sage -i qhull
```

Then, i do not think that there in an interface with `qhull`

inside Sage. So, you ~~may ~~have to use it from a shell, as if you installed it on your OS:

```
$ sage -sh
```

To get help and examples, just type:

```
(sage-sh) user@machine:~$ qhull
```

And then, you can try:

```
(sage-sh) user@machine:~$ rbox y 1000 W0 | qhull
Convex hull of 1004 points in 3-d:
Number of vertices: 4
Number of facets: 4
Statistics for: rbox y 1000 W0 | qhull
Number of points processed: 4
Number of hyperplanes created: 5
Number of distance tests for qhull: 11001
CPU seconds to compute hull (after input): 0
```

3 | No.3 Revision |

First, you can install it by typing:

```
$ sage -i qhull
```

Then, i do not think that there in an interface with `qhull`

inside Sage. So, you have to use it from a shell, as if you installed it on your OS:

```
$ sage -sh
```

To get help and examples, just type:

```
(sage-sh) user@machine:~$ qhull
```

And then, you can ~~try:~~try one of the examples:

```
(sage-sh) user@machine:~$ rbox y 1000 W0 | qhull
Convex hull of 1004 points in 3-d:
Number of vertices: 4
Number of facets: 4
Statistics for: rbox y 1000 W0 | qhull
Number of points processed: 4
Number of hyperplanes created: 5
Number of distance tests for qhull: 11001
CPU seconds to compute hull (after input): 0
```

To get informations about `rbox`

, just type:

```
(sage-sh) user@machine:~$ rbox
```

4 | No.4 Revision |

First, you can install it by typing:

```
$ sage -i qhull
```

Then, i do not think that there in an interface with `qhull`

inside Sage. So, you have to use it from a shell, as if you installed it on your OS:

```
$ sage -sh
```

To get help and examples, just type:

```
(sage-sh) user@machine:~$ qhull
```

And then, you can try one of the examples:

```
(sage-sh) user@machine:~$ rbox y 1000 W0 | qhull
Convex hull of 1004 points in 3-d:
Number of vertices: 4
Number of facets: 4
Statistics for: rbox y 1000 W0 | qhull
Number of points processed: 4
Number of hyperplanes created: 5
Number of distance tests for qhull: 11001
CPU seconds to compute hull (after input): 0
```

To get informations about `rbox`

, just type:

```
(sage-sh) user@machine:~$ rbox
```

**EDIT** : `qhull`

is shipped with `scipy`

(and also with `matplotlib`

from version 1.4), so you could benefit from their Cython interface to use `qhull`

features (Delaunay triangulation, Voronoi tesselation, convex hull) within Sage, see this page.

5 | No.5 Revision |

First, you can install it by typing:

```
$ sage -i qhull
```

Then, i do not think that there in an interface with `qhull`

inside Sage. So, you have to use it from a shell, as if you installed it on your OS:

```
$ sage -sh
```

To get help and examples, just type:

```
(sage-sh) user@machine:~$ qhull
```

And then, you can try one of the examples:

```
(sage-sh) user@machine:~$ rbox y 1000 W0 | qhull
Convex hull of 1004 points in 3-d:
Number of vertices: 4
Number of facets: 4
Statistics for: rbox y 1000 W0 | qhull
Number of points processed: 4
Number of hyperplanes created: 5
Number of distance tests for qhull: 11001
CPU seconds to compute hull (after input): 0
```

To get informations about `rbox`

, just type:

```
(sage-sh) user@machine:~$ rbox
```

**EDIT** : `qhull`

is shipped with `scipy`

(and also with `matplotlib`

from version 1.4), so you could benefit from their Cython interface to use `qhull`

features within Sage (Delaunay triangulation, Voronoi tesselation, convex ~~hull) within Sage, ~~hull), see this page.

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