1 | initial version |

I found a workaround that works for now.

First save as `html`

```
some_plots = parametric_plot3d([(cos(u) * sin(v))^3, (sin(u) * sin(v))^3, (cos(v)^3)], (u,0,pi), (v,0,2*pi), alpha=.6, mesh=True, frame=False)
some_plots.save('some_plots.html')
```

and then display using `IFrame`

, choosing the `width`

and `height`

as desired.

```
from IPython.display import IFrame
url = './some_plots.html'
IFrame(url, width=950, height=750)
```

2 | No.2 Revision |

I found a workaround ~~that works ~~for now.

First save as `html`

```
some_plots = parametric_plot3d([(cos(u) * sin(v))^3, (sin(u) * sin(v))^3, (cos(v)^3)], (u,0,pi), (v,0,2*pi), alpha=.6, mesh=True, frame=False)
some_plots.save('some_plots.html')
```

and then display using `IFrame`

, choosing the `width`

and `height`

as desired.

```
from IPython.display import IFrame
url = './some_plots.html'
IFrame(url, width=950, height=750)
```

3 | No.3 Revision |

I found a workaround for now.

First save as `html`

```
var('u v')
some_plots = parametric_plot3d([(cos(u) * sin(v))^3, (sin(u) * sin(v))^3, (cos(v)^3)], (u,0,pi), (v,0,2*pi), alpha=.6, mesh=True, frame=False)
some_plots.save('some_plots.html')
```

and then display using `IFrame`

, choosing the `width`

and `height`

as desired.

```
from IPython.display import IFrame
url = './some_plots.html'
IFrame(url, width=950, height=750)
```

4 | No.4 Revision |

I found a workaround for now.

First save as `html`

```
var('u v')
some_plots = parametric_plot3d([(cos(u) * sin(v))^3, (sin(u) * sin(v))^3, (cos(v)^3)], (u,0,pi), (v,0,2*pi), alpha=.6, mesh=True, frame=False)
```~~ ~~some_plots.save('some_plots.html')

and then display using `IFrame`

, choosing the `width`

and `height`

as desired.

```
from IPython.display import IFrame
url = './some_plots.html'
IFrame(url, width=950, height=750)
```

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