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Making Illustrations

One of the things the Geometry Center is best at is helping people produce pictures to illustrate and illuminate their mathematical research. Sometimes this involves specialized computer tools and intensive staff involvement. But much of the time, nothing fancy is required, provided you can figure out how to use the software. The following guidelines tell how to use Maple, Mathematica and Geomview at the Center to illustrate their work.

Making Illustrations with Mathematica

Making Illustrations with Maple

Making Illustrations with FrontStage

Making Illustrations with Geomview

A closely related topic is including graphics in TeX files.

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