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How can we produce sliceforms?

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How can we dice a parametric surface?

Reply to comment.( perforated ) ...
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How can we produce sliceforms?

Turns out SliceContourPlot3D provides almost everything we need: ...
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How can we dice a parametric surface?

Use small numbers for MaxRecursion and PlotPoints, and post-process to round GraphicsComplex ...
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How can we produce sliceforms?

An attempt, where I have hollowed out the ball. This can save material. ...
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How can we produce sliceforms?

We use CSGRegion to construct a CSGRegion object using scaled/translated/possibly-rotated versions of ...
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Visualizing the reverse pyramid in a good way

You can use RegionFunction and give it a region of interest over which you want to plot (ie. rotated square in your case). ...
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Visualizing the reverse pyramid in a good way

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Plotting real spherical harmonics with SphericalPlot3D - odd functions overlap themselves, even functions ok

Add Abs before Re in your code (I also changed coloring function appropriately and added ...
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Graph of a 3D discrete-time dynamical system

This is just to start. Ideally the question should be accompanied by an attempted coding I assumed the recursive relations have no error and that I made no mistakes in simplifications. ...
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Graph of a 3D discrete-time dynamical system

Here's an approach using my EcoEvo package. ...
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Three- dimensional histogram with color

Actually I found what I wanted using a different function: data = Import["your_file_path.txt", "Table"]; (* Extract columns x, y, z, and c *) extractedData = data[[All, {2, 3, 4, 6}...
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