This is documentation for Mathematica 7, which was
based on an earlier version of the Wolfram Language.
 Function Visualization Long the standard for high-quality function and surface visualization, Mathematica incorporates a host of original numeric, symbolic and geometric algorithms that automate the immediate creation of highly aesthetic and technically correct 2D and 3D visualizations. Plot — curves of one or more functions f (x) DiscretePlot — plot discrete sequences f (n)      Plot3D — 3D surfaces of one or more functions f (x, y)      ContourPlot — contour plot for a function f (x, y) or curve f (x, y)=c ContourPlot3D — 3D contour plot for a function f (x, y, z) or surface f (x, y, z)=c      DensityPlot — density plot for a function f (x, y)      ParametricPlot — 2D parametric curves or regions ParametricPlot3D — 3D parametric curves or surfaces      RegionPlot — 2D regions defined by inequalities RegionPlot3D — 3D regions defined by inequalities           TUTORIALS Basic Plotting Density and Contour Plots Options for Graphics Graphics and Sound MORE ABOUT Graphics Options & Styling Dynamic Visualization Data Visualization Vector Field Plotting Package Functions of Complex Variables Sound and Sonification RELATED LINKS Demonstrations related to Function Visualization (The Wolfram Demonstrations Project) How to: Create Plots How to: Customize Plots and Graphics