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### Visualizing Polyhedron with specified range

I am working on visualizing an unbounded polyhedron with plot command. I have a trouble with the way the default visualizer plots the polyhedron. I would like to define range of (x,y,z) domain it visualizes as well as remove big blue arrow that indicates the direction on which the polyhedron extends to because unboundedness is obvious in my application.

The code I have used is following.

 dd = Polyhedron(ieqs=[[0,1,-sqrt(2),0],[0,1,sqrt(2),0],[0,0,-sqrt(2),1],[0,0,sqrt(2),1]]) dd2.plot(ymax=4) 

### Visualizing Polyhedron with specified range

I am working on visualizing an unbounded polyhedron with plot command. I have a trouble with the way the default visualizer plots the polyhedron. I would like to define range of (x,y,z) domain it visualizes as well as remove big blue arrow that indicates the direction on which the polyhedron extends to because unboundedness is obvious in my application.

The code I have used is following.

 dd = Polyhedron(ieqs=[[0,1,-sqrt(2),0],[0,1,sqrt(2),0],[0,0,-sqrt(2),1],[0,0,sqrt(2),1]]) dd2.plot(ymax=4) dd.plot(ymax=4) 

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### Visualizing Polyhedron with specified range

I am working on visualizing an unbounded polyhedron with plot command. I have a trouble with the way the default visualizer plots the polyhedron. I would like to define range of (x,y,z) domain it visualizes as well as remove big blue arrow that indicates the direction on which the polyhedron extends to because unboundedness is obvious in my application.

The code I have used is following.

 dd = Polyhedron(ieqs=[[0,1,-sqrt(2),0],[0,1,sqrt(2),0],[0,0,-sqrt(2),1],[0,0,sqrt(2),1]]) dd.plot(ymax=4) 

 4 retagged FrédéricC 3675 ●3 ●36 ●73

### Visualizing Polyhedron with specified range

I am working on visualizing an unbounded polyhedron with plot command. I have a trouble with the way the default visualizer plots the polyhedron. I would like to define range of (x,y,z) domain it visualizes as well as remove big blue arrow that indicates the direction on which the polyhedron extends to because unboundedness is obvious in my application.

The code I have used is following.

 dd = Polyhedron(ieqs=[[0,1,-sqrt(2),0],[0,1,sqrt(2),0],[0,0,-sqrt(2),1],[0,0,sqrt(2),1]]) dd.plot(ymax=4)