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MeshStyle

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MeshStyle
is an option for Plot3D, DensityPlot and other plotting functions that specifies the style in which to draw a mesh.
  • MeshStyle->g specifies that a graphics directive g should be used to draw all mesh elements in a plot.
  • MeshStyle->{g1, g2, ...} specifies that successive directives gi should be used cyclically to draw elements associated with successive mesh functions.
  • MeshStyle can give any applicable graphics directive, including colors and Opacity.
  • Directives can be combined using Directive[g1, g2, ...].
Use gray mesh lines on a surface:
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Use transparent mesh lines:
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Use medium-sized red points for mesh divisions on a curve:
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Use different mesh styles for different sets of mesh lines:
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