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Questions on the construction of 2D and 3D graphics through the direct use of primitives, directives, and functions. Include the graphics3d tag for questions specifically on 3D graphics. This tag is not to be used for basic questions on visualizing functions and lists using the various flavors of Plot commands.

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A question on plotting complex numbers begs for an answer that directly uses complex numbers rather than requires pulling the complex numbers apart into real and imaginary parts. Such an answer is all …
answered Oct 18 '15 by murray
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One can use the CirclePoint primitive from David Park's Presentations add-on, http://home.comcast.net/~djmpark/DrawGraphicsPage.html. For the original example: Draw2D[{Draw[x^2, {x, -3, 3}], …
answered Dec 1 '12 by murray
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What are the design principles, or other explanations, as to why one needs to apply DiscretizeRegion to obtain a graphical representation of a derived region, rather than Graphics or Graphics3D … ? (It's not what I expected.) For example, Disk[{0,0}, 1] and Disk[{2,0},1] are displayed if you wrap each in Graphics. Why must one then use DiscretizeRegion[RegionUnion[Disk[{0,0}, 1], Disk[{2,0}, 1 …
asked Jul 16 '15 by murray
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graphics objects, such as the Presentations addon's ComplexPoint, ComplexLine, and ComplexArrow, just as it already has as primitives complex numbers themselves. Doing graphics with complex numbers would be so much more direct then. (end proselytizing) …
answered Oct 4 '17 by murray
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Is there a package to convert Mathematica graphics to TikZ code (for inclusion in LaTeX source files)? Such a package, dated 2016-01-30, is described at http://library.wolfram.com/infocenter …
asked Mar 18 '17 by murray