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FilledSmallSquarePlot3D[f, x, xmin, xmax, y, ymin, ymax] generates a three-dimensional plot of f as a function of x and y.

FilledSmallSquarePlot3D[f, s, x, xmin, xmax, y, ymin, ymax] generates a three-dimensional plot in which the height of the surface is specified by f, and the shading is specified by s.

FilledSmallSquarePlot3D evaluates its arguments in a non-standard way (see Section A.4.2). You should use Evaluate to evaluate the function to be plotted if this can safely be done before specific numerical values are supplied.

FilledSmallSquarePlot3D has the same options as SurfaceGraphics, with the following additions:

FilledSmallSquarePlot3D has the default option setting Axes -> True.

FilledSmallSquarePlot3D returns a SurfaceGraphics object.

FilledSmallSquare The function f should give a real number for all values of x and y at which it is evaluated. There will be holes in the final surface at any values of x and y for which f does not yield a real number value.

FilledSmallSquare If Lighting->False and no shading function s is specified, the surface is shaded according to height. The shading is determined by the option ColorFunction; the default is gray levels.

FilledSmallSquare The shading function s must yield GrayLevel, Hue or RGBColor directives, or SurfaceColor objects.

FilledSmallSquarePlot3D includes a setting for the MeshRange option in the SurfaceGraphics object it returns.

FilledSmallSquare See The Mathematica Book: Section 1.9.7.

FilledSmallSquare See also: ListPlot3D, ContourPlot, DensityPlot, Graphics3D.

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