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 Oct 26 comment Using a ListDensityPlot to map color onto a ListPlot3D graph Ahh! I'd read this particular answer, but am too new to Mathematica to have been able to implement it properly, so I decided to join the community and see if it paid off. I'll certainly be participating much more actively now and look forward to learning/teaching much more! Oct 26 comment Using a ListDensityPlot to map color onto a ListPlot3D graph Thanks for the response. I really appreciate it! I learned plenty from your code--aside from your specific response. I think I'll use the other method, as it seems more in the way I'd originally wanted to solve the problem. Oct 26 comment Using a ListDensityPlot to map color onto a ListPlot3D graph Thanks! I had the feeling I was close, but just learning the ins and out of Mathematica. The two answers I've received have both been extremely helpful, but this one is more in the vein of what I'd like to do. Oct 26 comment Using a ListDensityPlot to map color onto a ListPlot3D graph I've scoured the help files for some time now and haven't been able to create what I'm looking for. Could you link me to the example you're referring to? Oct 26 comment Using a ListDensityPlot to map color onto a ListPlot3D graph Perhaps I should clarify and ask how to create a new color function in x and y, based on the values of z, then use this ColorFunction to color a separate ListPlot3D. Oct 26 comment Using a ListDensityPlot to map color onto a ListPlot3D graph I've used a few built in ColorFunction's on my ListPlot3D. The trouble is, I don't just want a pretty colored graph, based (perhaps) on the x,y, or z values of that graph; I want it colored by a different function entirely, effectively a 4th coordinate represented.