Ten years ago I bought a book by Tom Wickham-Jones, Mathematica Graphics: Techniques and Applications. I read parts of it but then I forgot its existance.

In recent years I read the nice book of Roozbah Hazrat, Mathematica: A Problem Centered Approach, which introduced me in the new (then) capabilities of Mathematica (introduced in version 7).

I consider my self capable to create basic graphing with Mathematica but far away from taking full advance of its amazing capabilities.

Seeing all these fantastic responses I got in my graphics-related questions I would like to collect here notebooks, tutorials or other related staff regarding advanced graphics with Mathematica. Of course the starting point should be the Documentation Center but still there are other sources.

If my reputation does not permit to open such a general topic it could remain as an advice-type thread.

I look forward to seeing your sugestions.

1) Creating and Post-Processing Mathematica Graphics on Mac OS X http://pages.uoregon.edu/noeckel/MathematicaGraphics.html

2) Visualization and Graphics http://www.johnboccio.com/MathematicaTutorials/12_VisualizationAndGraphics.pdf

3) GRAPH DRAWING http://www.johnboccio.com/MathematicaTutorials/10_GraphDrawing.pdf


I add some useful links and related staff. 4) Wolfram Training

5) Graphics with Mathematica


7) Graphics with Mathematica: Fractals, Julia Sets, Patterns and Natural Forms

EDIT 2 A new book Mathematica Graphics Example Book for Beginners

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    I've always found exciting the idea of combining mathematica output with decent rendering, see e.g. here: mathematica.stackexchange.com/questions/72899/… – Alexey Bobrick Nov 6 '15 at 13:34
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    There is a broader question here, and in any case you should consider setting this one as community wiki because (among other things) there is no reasonable way to objectively select a "best answer" – Dr. belisarius Nov 6 '15 at 14:04
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    To ensure that you get the latest version of Mathematica Tutorials use the Tutorial Collection web site. – Bob Hanlon Nov 6 '15 at 14:40
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    Book: Michael Trott, The Mathematica GuideBook for Graphics (includes DVD). A bit dated but still very useful. – murray Nov 6 '15 at 22:02
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    If you get the Trott book with the DVD, it comes with notebooks of all four volumes, which are IMO worth the price of admission and then some. If your copy doesn't come with a DVD, the notebooks are available on the publisher's website. – Pillsy Nov 9 '15 at 18:05

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