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Actually I think what you need is ColorFunction and ColorFunctionScaling. In ColorFunction you can set the color in different regions according to the points' {x,y,z} coordination. And I think what you need is just setting some part in a color (in my code, Bed) and the other in another color(in my code, Blue). Then, simply create a function discribing this ...


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A recommendation to the question poser: Pose your question in the absolute simplest terms, limiting to the minimal example that addresses your point. There is no need here, for instance, for the community to have to download a complicated data set in order to see how to color one part of a plot differently from others. Why do we need to incorporate text ...


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Using BooleanMinterms to solve the system: 1st table1 = {{0, 0} -> 0, {0, 1} -> 0, {1, 0} -> 1}; trueTab1 = Pick[table1, table1[[All, 2]], 1]; boolMin1 = BooleanMinterms[trueTab1[[All, 1]], {a, b}] (* a && ! b *) BooleanFunction has a problem here (bug?) BooleanFunction[table1, {a, b}] (* a *) 2nd table2 = {{0, 0} -> 0, {0, 1} -&...



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