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2014-05-09 15:01:43 -0500 | marked best answer | Controling the color of a parametric surface. Hi. If I understand correctly, your question is related to this section of the Sage Trac (colormaps on implicit and parametric plots): http://trac.sagemath.org/ticket/12212 It seems that the feature still requires some work. |

2014-05-01 15:19:57 -0500 | commented question | Controling the color of a parametric surface. @niles: I have seen that link before, but thanks for sharing it anyway. What I want is a little more complex than that I think. I want the colors to represent the values of a complex-valued function defined on a parametric surface. I don't really know how to adapt the answer given in that thread to achieve what I want. Maybe you have some ideas? |

2014-05-01 15:17:27 -0500 | commented answer | Controling the color of a parametric surface. I see, thank you for the link. I guess I should have to look for some workaround in the meantime. |

2014-04-29 15:59:43 -0500 | commented question | Controling the color of a parametric surface. I guess I'm looking for something that looks like the following picture: http://mailinglists.scilab.org/Plotting-functions-of-spherical-coordinates-on-a-sphere-td4025441.html |

2014-04-29 15:48:30 -0500 | asked a question | Controling the color of a parametric surface. I would like to represent a complex valued function on a parametric surface. I know that the complex_plot function can represent a complex function using colors. Is there a way of using it to color parametric surfaces? In other words, can I define the colors of the points of a parametric surface in terms of the two parameters in a natural and easy way? |

2014-04-29 06:59:02 -0500 | marked best answer | How can I Change the background color of a plot. Using PIL offers a further way. PIL is included in Sage. |

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2014-04-29 06:57:28 -0500 | commented answer | How can I Change the background color of a plot. @ndomes: Thanks a lot! It works pretty nice now! |

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2014-04-27 08:55:48 -0500 | commented answer | How can I Change the background color of a plot. I tried to use your example in green, but I got this answer: File "/tmp/tmpGDjbwd/___code___.py", line 5, in <module> show_bg(P,aspect_ratio=_sage_const_3 /_sage_const_2 ,figsize=_sage_const_5 ,bgcolor='mistyrose') NameError: name 'show_bg' is not defined I guess I should include some package before using this? |

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2014-04-25 07:21:00 -0500 | asked a question | How can I Change the background color of a plot. I want to create some plots using sage to then save them in my computer. I don't want the background to be white (or transparent). Is there a way of specifying the background of a plot inside sage? (I'm looking for an option of the form: sage: t=var('t') sage: p=parametric_plot((t,2*t), (t, -5, 5)) sage: p.show(background=(.1,.2,.3)) or something like that.) |

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2013-10-17 08:23:39 -0500 | asked a question | complex plot spherical harmonics I want to plot spherical harmonics in the following way: I want to describe the spheres using implicit 3d plot, and then color each point of the sphere to represent the complex value it takes, just as complex plot does it. I found this question that is related to my problem, but it seems like it has no solution as of yet: http://ask.sagemath.org/question/17/u... Any idea about what to do? |

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2013-04-01 07:36:00 -0500 | answered a question | Dancing x-axis in animation [solved] I just found out how to solve the problem, I just changed the first command to Please disregard the question. |

2013-04-01 07:29:49 -0500 | asked a question | Dancing x-axis in animation [solved] I'm very new to sage, and I'm trying to make the following animation: The problem is that if you look at the animation you'll notice that the x-axis is moving all the time which I find very distracting. Is there a way to tell sage that I want to center the x-axis, so that it stops moving with the animation? |

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