LaTeX/Creating 3D graphics
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For creating three-dimensional graphics, there is basic functionality in the PGF/TikZ package, although drawing 3D graphics with PGF/TikZ is very non-flexible, mainly because it lacks functionality for identifying the surfaces that are covered by other surfaces and should be excluded from the rendered image.
A package that can handle this correctly is the pst-solides3d package.
Another way to create 3D graphics is to use Asymptote.
Yet another way to create 3D graphics is to use Sketch.