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The relevant line from this SO post: fontlist = FE`Evaluate[FEPrivate`GetPopupList["MenuListFonts"]]; Update: The content of the "MenuListFonts" list is system-dependent. In Windows Vista, I get a list that contains only FontFamily: Panel@Row[fontlist[[;; 60]] /. Rule[x_, y_] :> Style[ToString@x, 14, FontFamily -> y], " \[FilledSquare] "] On ...


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Mathematica is not really a reference in digital terrain models, and, there are very powerful software packages to deal with geographical information. But... where would be the fun... If the information in the files includes a digital terrain model (DTM), with the surface of the terrain defined by triangular faces (regular or not), then you can easily ...


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Here is my solution using RevolutionPlot3D to draw the disk layers, it's faster; First convert the image to data rows: imgd = Map[First[#] &, ImageData[ColorConvert[img, "Grayscale"]], {2}]; rows = Reverse /@ Transpose[imgd]; Define the function to draw the disk slices: ClearAll[disk] disk[row_List, nPoints_] := Module[{ lr = Length[row]}, ...


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Although exporting x3d format maintains the light sources and exports the mesh, it isn't perfect when used with Blender (the only 3D editor I tried). However, since it's the best solution I have, I wrote some brief instructions for that procedure. It's important to note that I used Blender version 2.60 and Mathematica 9. Since the instructions are almost ...


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Based on experimentation with Mathematica 8.04 on Windows 7 64-bit: I don't think it's possible to do anything in the kernel. When you rasterize a Graphics expression it is processed by System`ConvertersDump`ConvertGraphicToRasterDataPacket which assembles an ExportPacket and sends it to the front end. The front end returns a System`ConvertersDump`Bitmap ...


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After talking with Wolfram tech support, it seems problem 1 is really just this issue resolved by running Mathematica by the mathematica -mesa command. Problem 2 is unresolved. I suppose I should keep this question open, though I don't know if a fix will come soon.


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I have the same memory issue as you do. Try Compress/Uncompress with Animate: exampleFrames = Table[DensityPlot[ Evaluate[Exp[-((x - Cos[t])^2 + (y - Sin[t])^2)/.025]], {x, -1.5, 1.5}, {y, -1.5, 1.5}, ColorFunction -> GrayLevel, PlotRange -> All, PlotPoints -> 30, Frame -> None, PlotRangePadding -> None], {t, Pi/50, 2 Pi, ...


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Here you can find some software to convert Mathematica graphics for input into POVray (untested and rather old, though) http://www.mathconsult.ch/showroom/pubs/MathProg/htmls/2-11.htm Edit Maeder's book and files aren't available for online downloading (you've to purchase the book) Edit Or perhaps you can find them at the link provided in the comments



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