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Sphere   (Built-in Mathematica Symbol)
Sphere[{x, y, z}, r] represents a sphere of radius r centered at (x, y, z). Sphere[{x, y, z}] represents a sphere of radius 1. Sphere[{{x_1, y_1, z_1}, {x_2, y_2, z_2}, ...}, ...
SphericalPlot3D   (Built-in Mathematica Symbol)
TooltipBox["7+"]SphericalPlot3D[r, \[Theta], \[Phi]] generates a 3D plot with a spherical radius r as a function of spherical coordinates \[Theta] and \[Phi]. ...
ComplexInfinity   (Built-in Mathematica Symbol)
ComplexInfinity represents a quantity with infinite magnitude, but undetermined complex phase.
SphericalRegion   (Built-in Mathematica Symbol)
SphericalRegion is an option for three-dimensional graphics functions that specifies whether the final image should be scaled so that a sphere drawn around the ...
Parametric Plots   (Mathematica Tutorial)
"Basic Plotting" describes how to plot curves in Mathematica in which you give the y coordinate of each point as a function of the x coordinate. You can also use Mathematica ...
Graphics`Shapes`   (Mathematica Compatibility Information)
The functionality of RotateShape, TranslateShape, and AffineShape is provided by the newly added kernel functions Rotate, Translate, Scale, and GeometricTransformation. ...
FaceForm   (Built-in Mathematica Symbol)
FaceForm[g] is a graphics directive which specifies that faces of polygons and other filled graphics objects are to be drawn using the graphics directive or list of ...
LatticeData   (Built-in Mathematica Symbol)
LatticeData[lattice, " property"] gives the specified property for a lattice. LatticeData[n] gives a list of named lattices of dimension n.
Coordinate Systems for ...   (Mathematica Tutorial)
Whenever Mathematica draws a three-dimensional object, it always effectively puts a cuboidal box around the object. With the default option setting Boxed->True, Mathematica ...
Graphics Objects   (Mathematica Guide)
At the core of Mathematica's graphics language are geometrical objects, represented succinctly and efficiently by simple symbolic constructs—to which all of Mathematica's ...
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