tikz-3dplot – Coordinate transformation styles for 3d plotting in TikZ
The package provides straightforward ways to define three-dimensional coordinate frames through which to plot in TikZ. The user can specify the orientation of the main coordinate frame, and use standard TikZ commands and coordinates to render their tikzfigure. A secondary coordinate frame is provided to allow rotations and translations with respect to the main coordinate frame. In addition, the package can also handle plotting user-specified functions in spherical polar coordinates, where both the radius and fill color can be expressed as parametric functions of polar angles.
|License||The LaTeX Project Public License 1.3|
|Contained in||TeX Live as tikz-3dplot|
|MiKTeX as tikz-3dplot|
graphics with 3-dimensional output|
graphics (typesetting actual pictures)
package uses PGF-TikZ
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