3-D Volume Visualization of a Protein Molecule
3-D Volume Visualization of a Protein Molecule

Introduction to 3-D Visualization

Three dimensional (3-D) data has a magnitude and three locations. Typically these locations are spatial locations (again, though they need not be) and are referred to as x-y-z locations.

There are many ways to visualize a 3-D data-set:

All of these have their benefits and disadvantages, and usually a combination of many methods together is used for a proper visualization.


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