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space distributed family of 2d curves

From: Ted Sariyski
Subject: space distributed family of 2d curves
Date: Tue, 23 Jul 2002 10:09:54 -0400
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I have a 3D field and a set of 2D cross sections along z axes. I would like to be able to plot a family of 2D curves e.g. T(x,z_i) so that T(x,z_i) lays in (x,y,z_i). This is not quite a 3d object but it is not 2d either. What tools should I use. I will appreciate any comments or, even better, examples.

Thanks in advance,

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