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I want to make a 3d model by graphing 2d mathematical functions in each view (top, left, front) to make surfaces. For example, in x-y view 2 curves with y1 = f(x), y2=f(x) and 2 straight lines make a surface, in z-x view 1 curve z= f(x) and 3 straight lines make another surface and so on.

I don't know if any 3d modeling software has an option for graphing in each view and then make a 3d model of all?

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closed as off-topic by Nifle, DavidPostill, Kevin Panko, mdpc, nc4pk Feb 25 '15 at 0:57

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