1 | initial version |

Hello,

First you have to load the matrix into sage. It really depends on how did you save the values. To open a file you use the function **open** from Python.

Secondly, given a matrix, I am not sure there is a ready made solution inside Sage. But you might use `point3d`

. I would think that the best solution is to use directly matplotlib (which is what Sage uses in background). You can have a look at this matplotlib examples.

Vincent

2 | No.2 Revision |

Hello,

First you have to load the matrix into sage. It really depends on how did you save the values. To open a file you use the function **open** from Python.

Secondly, given a matrix, I am not sure there is a ready made solution inside Sage. But you might use `point3d`

. I would think that the best solution is to use directly matplotlib (which is what Sage uses in background). You can have a look at ~~this ~~these matplotlib examples.

Vincent

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