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Jan
17
comment Automatically draw hidden portions of paths with dashed lines in asymptote
Thanks for your time (+1) and for the links to your previous answers (already upvoted but totally forgotten on my side). So my best bet here is to hope that your feature request will be heard by asymptote developers. btw, I love the fact that asymptote produces perspective projection so that's the reason why I was asking.
Jan
16
accepted Illustrating Stokes theorem with asymptote
Jan
14
asked Automatically draw hidden portions of paths with dashed lines in asymptote
Jan
12
comment Illustrating Stokes theorem with asymptote
Thanks. If you have time, may I ask you to complete your answer with your comments (possibly with images as illustrations).
Jan
12
comment Illustrating Stokes theorem with asymptote
How did you choose shift((0, 0, log(1+z.y / (imax / 2)))). What other options do we have here?
Jan
12
comment Illustrating Stokes theorem with asymptote
Great. But I'm afraid I don't understand the magic behind 4*unit(currentprojection.camera). Did you get 4 by trial and error? Does it work for other projection types?
Jan
12
comment Illustrating Stokes theorem with asymptote
Thanks for your time (+1): you did a great job too. This is indeed another interesting approach.
Jan
12
comment Illustrating Stokes theorem with asymptote
Thanks for your time (+1): great job! I need to study a bit what you've done but it sounds promising!
Jan
12
awarded  Nice Question
Jan
11
comment Illustrating Stokes theorem with asymptote
@CharlesStaats Good point. But my path is build with the operator .., so asymptote adds some control points, so if I extract points with point, I won't get the smooth path and consequently the surface won't be smooth, will it?
Jan
10
revised Illustrating Stokes theorem with asymptote
Added explanation about the why of randomizing
Jan
10
comment Illustrating Stokes theorem with asymptote
@CharlesStaats Ok. But how do I get the matrix of triples? Is there a path to array predefined?
Jan
8
accepted \limits for \oiint with mathdesign
Jan
8
comment \limits for \oiint with mathdesign
Perfect! Thanks. Don't know why it is not the default.
Jan
8
asked \limits for \oiint with mathdesign
Jan
8
asked Illustrating Stokes theorem with asymptote
Jan
5
answered How to draw a real corkscrew
Dec
10
accepted Render stl files in asymptote
Dec
10
comment Render stl files in asymptote
Wow! Thanks a lot (you clearly deserve a bounty as soon as it is possible).
Dec
8
comment Render stl files in asymptote
@Arianna Indeed. Thanks! The asymtote obj library is the answer, provided you can convert stl file to obj file. Feel free to anwser here. I'll try to come with the whole figure when finished.