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Reproducing Ruth Vollmer's acrylic Steiner surface

I think it is more important to have correct ribs inside the figure than "correct" lighting because Mesh -> {3, 2} does not resembles the ribs well. I ...
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Recreating Louise Bourgeois' Insomnia Spirals (Fugue #12)

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How to plot this data set, ignoring the initial oscillation?

We may change the duplicated points by the mean of their neighbors. This gets complicated because the duplicated points are not exactly equal. Therefore, we must first determine the positions of the ...
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How to plot this data set, ignoring the initial oscillation?

I'd suggest using an Interpolation instead of computing finite differences. First, augment your data list with corresponding abscissa values: ...
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How to plot this data set, ignoring the initial oscillation?

What you are looking for is to find the data envelope. One possible way ...
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Recreating Louise Bourgeois' Insomnia Spirals (Fugue #12)

Edit-2 Remove ConvexHullMesh, ConvexHullRegion or ConcaveHullMesh. Work for early version ...
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Plot Wiener Process and its running maximum

With Andy Ross' data SeedRandom[1321]; a = RandomFunction[WienerProcess[], {0, 1, .001}]["PathStates"]; Using ...
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All composite numbers are crossed by the lines

I made some adjustments to the coordinates. ...
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All composite numbers are crossed by the lines

It looks like you are trying to visualize a plot involving the square root function and points on a parabola. The Manipulate function in Mathematica can be used to ...
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All composite numbers are crossed by the lines

Not sure this is what you are after, but you can just rotate the graph: ...
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Lines of intersections in a parabola

You can show the multiplicative property, e.g.: ...
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Lines of intersections in a parabola

$Version (* "14.0.0 for Mac OS X ARM (64-bit) (December 13, 2023)" *) Clear["Global`*"] The intercepts are ...
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Lines of intersections in a parabola

I think to achieve the desired result, where the graph shows the coordinates of two points on the parabola and the value of the intersection on the y-axis, as well as a table with this information, ...
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Lines of intersections in a parabola

The current output of intersectionPoint is just a number, which does not work as a Graphics primitive. Instead, change the ...
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Adding shadows to spiric sections of a torus

My answer keep the mesh with the same shape. Show all the parts and then use the ResourceFunction["DropShadow"]. <...
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Blurry shadows of 3D plots and objects

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LaTeX doesn't look like LaTeX

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Graphic options stop working when displaying multiple contourplots

Perhaps you could separately plot three graphs, and then combine them into a single figure. ...
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Can we reproduce Antonio Asis circle interferences?

All can be done by a single ImageApply applied to a two-colored image. ...
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