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An alternative way of drawing three dimensional graphs, using pretty much only plain TikZ. This is the intersection between the cone z^2=x^2+y^2 and the cylinder x^2+y^2=2y. \documentclass{article}\usepackage{tikz,mathtools} \tikzset{ MyPersp/.style={scale=1.4,x={(0.8cm,0.4cm)},y={(-0.8cm,0.4cm)},z={(0cm,1.2cm)}}, } ...


This is my try using Tikz. It was quite a work, but the code should be substantially shorter and easier to understand. Changes and implementations: Used a foreach command to draw the little diagonal lines. One line instead of all of those you had to write. In order to make the connector shape, I tweaked Jake's solution fixing the thickness and so on. Set ...


You could take advantage of the loop construct in tikz: \foreach \k in {0.5,1.0,...,8.5} { \draw[-,thick] (\k,-5) -- (\k-0.5,-5.5); }

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