This is documentation for Mathematica 7, which was
based on an earlier version of the Wolfram Language.
 Graphics Objects 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 powerful symbolic programming capabilities can immediately be applied. Point — a point or list of points in 2D or 3D      Line — a line joining a sequence of points in 2D or 3D BezierCurve, BSplineCurve — splined curves in 2D or 3D      Arrow — an arrow from one point to another in 2D or 3D      Polygon — a polygon in 2D or 3D GraphicsComplex — a polygonal mesh or other graphics complex      Disk, Circle — filled 2D disk, open 2D circle, ellipse or arc Rectangle — 2D filled rectangle      Sphere — 3D sphere Cuboid — 3D cuboidal box (rectangular parallelepiped) Cylinder, Cone — cylinder, cone around a line between two points Tube — 3D tube around a line or curve BSplineSurface — 3D NURB surface PolyhedronData — geometry and properties of regular polyhedra      Raster — 2D image raster      Text — arbitrary text or other expressions in 2D or 3D Inset — arbitrary objects in 2D or 3D inset into a larger graphic TUTORIALS Insetting Objects in Graphics Three-Dimensional Graphics Primitives Three-Dimensional Graphics Directives The Structure of Graphics Graphics and Sound MORE ABOUT Symbolic Graphics Language Graphics Directives RELATED LINKS How to: Create Plots How to: Customize Plots and Graphics