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2016-09-18 15:02:42 -0600 | asked a question | How do I plot a function undefined in some areas? I am trying to plot The border is a bit weird, but it works. I cannot get a working plot with my code, however. I also tried to wrap the function with a My function is |

2016-06-28 08:44:17 -0600 | commented answer | Customizing the wireframe / strides of a 3D plot Thanks for your answer! Unfortunately I cannot upvote it yet. I have tweaked it a bit, obtaining this: |

2016-06-26 12:00:37 -0600 | commented question | Customizing the wireframe / strides of a 3D plot Sorry for the ugly formatting but the website wouldn't allow me to post the Q until I dropped all links. Someone with enough rep please fix the links and images. Thank you. |

2016-06-26 12:00:36 -0600 | asked a question | Customizing the wireframe / strides of a 3D plot I am experimenting with 3D plotting to see how I can customize the output. In particular, I am trying to obtain something more similar to how For example, I plotted Taubin's heart surface: $$ \left(x^2+\frac{9 y^2}{4} + z^2 - 1\right)^3-x^2 z^3 - \frac{9 y^2 z^3}{80} = 0 $$ Using the following code: The mesh corresponds to the triangulation of points that Sage performs on the data calculated with What I
Matplotlib calls them "strides" as documented for In this case the presence of too much grid lines looks even worse: |

2012-12-18 22:56:21 -0600 | commented answer | A place to advertise Sage I agree the font is the "problem". If you post the SVG, I could try to tweak it a bit. :) |

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