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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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You could do something similar to the given example using Histogram3D, which comes with many options. You need to specify the data you have in hand in your question. If you really need a flat top, as …
answered Feb 25 '13 by fcpenha
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You really need to specify better what you want. In case you want to draw 3D rectangular columns with some gap in between, the following code would do the work: max = 10; step = max; fact …
answered Feb 26 '13 by fcpenha