<commblock> <author>Lauranne</author> <email>firstname.lastname@example.org</email> <inst>Laboratoire de recherche en imagerie et orthopédie</inst> <comment> Hello ! I find your functions to plot stl file as a surface; what works really good ! My question refers to the background: I'd like to set it as black, without any visible axis or tick or grid. Is it possible ? If yes, how ? In fact I wondered to find a 'background color' option but it seems do not exist. Could you help me about that ? Thanks ! Lauranne </comment> <timestamp>: Sat Aug 23 2014 15:33:17 GMT-0400 (EDT)</timestamp> </commblock> <commblock> <author>Slavko Rebec</author> <email>email@example.com</email> <inst>Case Western Reserve University</inst> <comment> Hello,I have potentially an easily answerable question. Lets say for example I am trying to make a tetrahedral mesh model of an egg. I have already a surface triangle mesh of the shell and of the yolk. How do I take these two triangular meshes and get out a tetrahedral mesh of the yolk and the surrounding egg white? Thanks! </comment> <timestamp>: Wed Jul 24 2013 16:40:27 GMT-0700 (Pacific Daylight Time)</timestamp> </commblock> <commblock> <author>Qianqian Fang <email>firstname.lastname@example.org <comment> hi Fennec I replied your message with email, please check out. Qianqian </comment> <timestamp>: Sat Jan 10 2009 14:36:29 GMT-0500 (EST)</timestamp> </commblock> <commblock> <author>Ferenc Kun <email>email@example.com <comment> Hi, Thanks for iso2mesh, it seems to be a great package having seen the demos. I would like to use iso2mesh to generate a FEM mesh of a human head similar to example 3 of the package. However, I have a serious problem to input my data. I have three data files which contain the coordinates of material points of the skin, the skull, and the brain tissue, respectively. These material points are just given by the x, y, and z coordinates so I can, for instance, easily plot them with plot3 of matlab and then I see a point cloud which looks like a head. My question is how to input this data into the scheme of iso2mesh? Is there any way to handle this problem so that I could use iso2mesh? Thanks a lot in advance! Best regards, Ferenc </comment> <timestamp>: Mon Dec 29 2008 14:24:50 GMT+0000 (UTC)</timestamp> </commblock>
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