ParametricPlot3D[{f_x, f_y, f_z}, {u, u_min, u_max}] produces a three-dimensional space curve parametrized by a variable u which runs from u_min to u_max. ...
RevolutionPlot3D and SphericalPlot3D have been added to the built-in Mathematica kernel. RevolutionPlot3D includes the functionality of CylindricalPlot3D.
"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 ...
The function NDSolve discussed in "Numerical Differential Equations" allows you to find numerical solutions to differential equations. NDSolve handles both single ...
Bringing together Mathematica's powerful capabilities in numerics, algebraic computation and now also geometric computation, Version 6.0 took the state of the art for ...
"Graphics and Sound" discusses how to use functions like Plot and ListPlot to plot graphs of functions and data. This tutorial discusses how Mathematica represents such ...
Mathematica can plot parametric functions in both two and three dimensions. Use a parametric plot when you can express the x and y or x , y , and z coordinates at each point ...
Mathematica gives you the power to visualize functions of two variables in multiple ways, including three-dimensional parametric plots, spherical plots, polar plots, and ...
BoxRatios is an option for Graphics3D that gives the ratios of side lengths for the bounding box of the three-dimensional picture.
Mathematica offers multiple ways of plotting functions of one variable. These include ordinary plots, log plots, parametric plots, and polar plots.