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what is the best way to plot an implicit surface ?

Asked by Itzik Ben Shabat on 7 Aug 2014
Latest activity Answered by yao gang on 16 Nov 2016
Hi, I wish to plot the following surface functions (quadratics) in a given domain :
f(x,y,z)=a+b*x+c*y+d*z+e*x^2+f*y^2+g*z^2+h*x*y+i*y*z+j*z*x=0
where a,b,c...j can be any real constant scalar.
what is the best way to plot this ? *I found EZIMPLOT3 in the file exchange - is this the best solution for it ?
I have many quadratics defined in different domains and wish to plot all of them (while not taking too long)

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Answer by yao gang on 16 Nov 2016
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There is one new function in R2016b: fimplicit3

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Answer by Matt J
on 7 Aug 2014

I found EZIMPLOT3 in the file exchange - is this the best solution for it ?
It's what I use.

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