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 3h revised How can I reshape my solutions to make a 3D plot? Simplified answer; removed a propose solution that OP did not find useful. 3h comment How to compute and plot an intersection? The code you have posted does evaluate. Among other things there undefined variables. Please fixe your code so it can evaluated in Mathematica 3h comment How to compute and plot an intersection? Ball is a Mathematica built-in function; you should not use it for a variable name. Even better, you should not use captilized identifiers for any variable name. 4h revised How can I reshape my solutions to make a 3D plot? Added 3rd a I hope last solution because this one is pretty general 5h revised How can I reshape my solutions to make a 3D plot? Improved original solution 5h comment How can I reshape my solutions to make a 3D plot? @user27682. With three or more solutions things are a trickier. The following questions would need to be answered. Are solution points in sorted order? Do you want to be able to see where the points that not end points lie on the line? 6h revised How can I reshape my solutions to make a 3D plot? deleted 20 characters in body 6h comment How can I reshape my solutions to make a 3D plot? @user27682. I have added a 2nd answer that I hope addresses distinguishing paired solutions from singletons. Also, even if can't up-vote, you can accept an answer. In a few days you even might be able to up-vote as well. 6h revised How can I reshape my solutions to make a 3D plot? New and improved solution 7h revised How can I reshape my solutions to make a 3D plot? added 301 characters in body 7h revised How can I reshape my solutions to make a 3D plot? added 1 character in body 7h answered How can I reshape my solutions to make a 3D plot? 8h revised Applying a texture to part of a sphere Routine clean-up 8h comment How can I reshape my solutions to make a 3D plot? This wouldn't be very difficult if your first data point had the same form as the others rather than being {1., 1., l2}. Why isn't this point a numeric 4-vector like the others? 8h revised How can I reshape my solutions to make a 3D plot? Routine clean-up 11h answered Use two functions for x and y coordinates for a plot 11h revised Use two functions for x and y coordinates for a plot deleted 12 characters in body 11h reviewed Leave Open Integrate fails for generic parameters but works for any specific values 12h comment Integrate fails for generic parameters but works for any specific values I don't think this question should be closed. The OP has found a real bug in V10.0.x, 12h answered Integrate fails for generic parameters but works for any specific values