3D Graphics Options

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Why to use?

Once set, these general 3D graphics options will persist and will be used by all 3D visualization pages untill you set other values, reset the option values, or close the session.

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General 3D Graphics Options

Plot range: active only in static mode
(All - all points are included, Automatic - outlying points are dropped)
X:  Automatic   All   Specified     < = x < =  
Y:  Automatic   All   Specified     < = y < =  
Z:  Automatic   All   Specified     < = z < =  

Boxed :   True False
Specifies whether to draw the edges of the bounding box.

Box ratios:   Automatic Specified :  
Gives the ratios of side lengths for the bounding box. Automatic - determine the ratio of side lengths from the range of actual coordinates for its contents.

Axes :   True False

AxesEdge : Specifies on which edges of the bounding box the axes should be drawn.
axe1 - > axe2,   where axe1, axe2 = x, y, z,   states that the axe will be drawn between axe1 and axe2. The sign before axe1 and axe2 specifies whether the axe will be drawn on the edge of the box with a larger or smaller value of axe1 and axe2 respectively.

X :   Automatic None Specified :  
Y :   Automatic None Specified :  
Z :   Automatic None Specified :  

Axes label: (active only in static mode)

x :    y :    z :   

Lighting :   (active only in static mode)   True False
whether to use simulated illumination

Plot color in Hue style:  gives the level of simulated ambient illumination.
 (the value must be between 0 and 1)

Image Size: 

Plot label:   (active only in static mode)

Face grids: (active only in static mode)   grid lines to draw on the faces of the bounding box
All   None   Specified:
Right YZ plane    Left YZ plane    Back XZ plane    Front XZ plane    Up XY plane    Down XY plane   

View point:  (active only in static mode)
gives the position of the view point relative to the center of the three-dimensional box that contains the object being plotted. The view point is given in a special scaled coordinate system in which the longest side of the bounding box has length 1. The center of the bounding box is taken to have coordinates {0, 0, 0}.

x :  y :  z : 

Aspect ratio:   (active only in static mode)
1/GoldenRatio Automatic Specified : 
Setting the AspectRatio option changes the whole shape of your plot. AspectRatio gives the ratio of height to width.
1/Golden Ratio gives supposedly the most pleasing shape for a rectangle.
Automatic determines the shape of the display area from the original coordinate system.


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