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Drawing circle within 3d pgfplot axis

Here is one simple way to plot the circle(makes many small curves) and an other more complicated way to draw a real circle \documentclass[tikz, border=1cm]{standalone} \usepackage{pgfplots} \...
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Drawing an eighth of a sphere in tikz

For a reference, in Asymptote, we can use 1st way: built-in octant1 is the first 8th surface of the sphere, and can be drawn with draw(octant1,yellow); 2nd way: parametric equations of the sphere ...
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Drawing an eighth of a sphere in tikz

With the tikz-3dplot package, you can easily rotate the planes which facilitates drawing. But actually, you just need to draw three quarter circles on the three planes (xy, xz and yz) and shade them ...
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How to reproduce 3d image of Householder Reflection similar to given in Tikz

I think TikZ (internally 2D) is enough to draw this simple task, see Jasper Habicht's answer above. The below is an alternative with 3D Asymptote. Do you see a Householder reflection by figure and by ...
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Drawing a Plane in 3D space

An Asymptote answer for an old question. Here p=plane(A,B) is the plane (parallelogram) O--A--A+B--B--cycle that we can fill the inside draw(surface(p),magenta+opacity(.2)); and draw the boundary ...
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How to reproduce 3d image of Householder Reflection similar to given in Tikz

Welcome to TeX.SX! I don't think that you really need any libraries for that, as plain TikZ already comes with some basic 3D drawing tools. Maybe the following can help you (explanations as comments ...
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Dimension too large for a simple 3D picture

You can use 3dtools \documentclass[tikz,border=3mm]{standalone} \usetikzlibrary{3dtools}%https://github.com/marmotghost/tikz-3dtools \begin{document} \begin{tikzpicture}[3d/install view={phi=140,...
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Dimension too large for a simple 3D picture

This is a strange thing. I suspect the following: Both your paths contain two segments: the one along the x axis and the one along the y axis. That means that each path contains segments that are ...
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TikZ 3d parametric plot on top of 2d plot

While I do not know the solution to the actual question, I achieved my goal in the following way: (I did not use anything fancy -- just regular TikZ:) \usepackage{tikz} \begin{tikzpicture}[thick,...
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Draw a 3D solenoid using tikz

This is an Asymptote solution with the module tube. I choose brown+gray for the color of the copper string. Feel free to change to another color, for example https://colorcodes.io/brown/copper-color-...
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Nice scientific pictures show off

A reaction that is in almost every book on organic chemistry. Made with chemfig and Chemmacros. \documentclass[margin={2mm 3mm}]{standalone} \usepackage[utf8]{inputenc} \usepackage{chemfig} \...
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Drawing with 2 parameters

It's easy to draw spheres using isometric perspective. For example, with the isometric view form perspective TikZ library. With that and 3d library for the canvas is... options yo con draw something ...
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Plots used in Stewart's Calculus books

This should give you a good starting point. To plot the square root, I chose to plot x² against x instead of x against sqrt(x), because the precision of the square root calculation in TeX is not very ...

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