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Old   August 7, 2006, 07:30
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There are 8 points (vertices of cube in 3-D). For instance, p1=(0,0,0), p2=(1,0,0), p3=(0,1,0), p4=(1,1,0), p5=(0,0,1), p6=(1,0,1), p7=(0,1,1), p8=(1,1,1). Is it possible to draw this usual cube using package gnuplot? Thanks.
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