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Jul
28
accepted Zero-order interpolation not going fully around
Jul
28
comment Zero-order interpolation not going fully around
Terrific summary of the problem and our discussion in the comments. Thanks again
Jul
28
revised Zero-order interpolation not going fully around
added 8089 characters in body
Jul
28
revised Zero-order interpolation not going fully around
added 426 characters in body
Jul
26
awarded  Yearling
Jul
26
revised Zero-order interpolation not going fully around
added forgotten link
Jul
26
asked Zero-order interpolation not going fully around
Jul
26
accepted Extrude 2D cross-section to 3D shape with shrinkfactor
Jul
26
comment Extrude 2D cross-section to 3D shape with shrinkfactor
This is indeed the route that I explored at first, but it is not entirely what I was looking for, because this remains a body of slices instead of a complete surface.
Jul
26
comment Extrude 2D cross-section to 3D shape with shrinkfactor
Thanks a bunch for the thorough answer, it really makes for beautiful shapes now!!
Jul
26
comment Extrude 2D cross-section to 3D shape with shrinkfactor
Thanks, but never mind. I already figured out the issue (see my edit in the question). Of course, the error was due to an adaptation that I made to your code, so I've only got myself to blame.
Jul
26
revised Extrude 2D cross-section to 3D shape with shrinkfactor
Added some discussion of adittions
Jul
26
comment Extrude 2D cross-section to 3D shape with shrinkfactor
This works brilliantly, except for one thing that I cannot figure out: the cross-section for my own data is scaled to half the size in the extruded shape?! If I put a factor 2 inside the append (like Append[2*thicknessFunc[u,2]*fdata[t], u]) then it is fixed, but I really don't understand. I will add this to my question in an edit
Jul
26
awarded  Curious
Jul
25
asked Extrude 2D cross-section to 3D shape with shrinkfactor
Jul
5
accepted Forcing an integral to be solved in separate terms
Jul
4
revised Forcing an integral to be solved in separate terms
made the result in latex
Jul
4
comment Forcing an integral to be solved in separate terms
Great, thanks! Quick comment: did you know that you can copy the output of mathemetica directly as latex by right-clicking on the equation and selecting "Copy as -> Latex"?
Jul
4
suggested suggested edit on Forcing an integral to be solved in separate terms
Jul
4
asked Forcing an integral to be solved in separate terms