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Topic: Combining differnt plots in one graphic
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Eckhard Schlemm

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Combining differnt plots in one graphic
Posted: Aug 2, 2006 5:30 AM
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Hello,

It's me again having a question^^

I have got a surface plot generated by ParametricPlot3D and a curve on that
surface wich I want to display in one graphic, such that the line is clearly
to be distinguished from the surface..are there any options to make the line
bold or somewhat more visible?:-) ANd also it seems to me, that the lne does
not always seem to be on top...how can that be done?

Thanks, I attached a simple example of what I am talking about^^

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Eckhard

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