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### Volume of Region Contained by 3D Data Points

Volume under the surface ...

### Visualization of two nearly identical datasets of 2D points

One of many styling possibilities ListPlot[{a, b}, ImageSize -> Large, PlotStyle -> {Directive[PointSize[0.02], Lighter @ Gray], Red}]

### Visualization of two nearly identical datasets of 2D points

We use the points a to construct a region Point[a]. We use RegionNearest to find the nearest ...

### Visualization of two nearly identical datasets of 2D points

Because in your case there is: 1-to-1 point correspondence In[]:= Length/@{a,b} Out[]= {205,205} almost exact overlap which is much smaller in magnitude than ...

### Volume of Region Contained by 3D Data Points

Just to illustrate closeness of other answers to analytic answer for this volume of revolution: ...

### Visualization of two nearly identical datasets of 2D points

One way to show the difference is to plot vectors. Their length and color show the differencse: ...

### Visualization of two nearly identical datasets of 2D points

It depends little bit what you want to stress. I personally like if some quantitative information can be obtained from the graph. Therefore I suggest a minimalistic approach that emphasises large ...

### Replacing elements of one table with the elements of another table for common grid

Using Association - overwriting Join @@ Values @ Association[GroupBy[Most] @ tab1, GroupBy[Most] @ tab2] {{0.5, 0.1, 0.05}, {0....

### Visualization of two nearly identical datasets of 2D points

Plotting the data points over a background that highlights the differences: ...

### Visualization of two nearly identical datasets of 2D points

To see the differences between two point sets we can also use DistanceMatrix dmat = DistanceMatrix[a, b]; The default distance function of ...

### Visualization of two nearly identical datasets of 2D points

Another possibility? ListPolarPlot[{a,-b},PlotStyle->PointSize[Large]]

### Replacing elements of one table with the elements of another table for common grid

Values @ AssociationThread[Most /@ #, #] & @ Join[tab1, tab2] ...

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### Volume of Region Contained by 3D Data Points

Use the xyzdata and int in the question. We define a ImplicitRegion bounded by that surface....

### Visualization of two nearly identical datasets of 2D points

Just guessing that maybe an animation might be helpful... ...
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### Volume of Region Contained by 3D Data Points

The Mathematica documentation actually has a relevant example that works very well and is similar to what others have been saying. This is the full code for my solution using the example data above: <...
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### Replacing elements of one table with the elements of another table for common grid

My attempt to do this, defining ReplaceByCoords: ...

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