Surfaceplotter - A nice, simple, zoomable 3D surface plotter in Java/Swing

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A nice, simple, zoomable 3D surface plot in Java/Swing, designed for reuse. It provides 4 rendering engines for two-parameters functions ( z = f(x,y) ) : 3D Surface, 3D Wireframe, 2D Density Map, 2D Density Contour, Dozens of rendering configurations, color maps, scale, tick drawing, legend drawing etc.



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