DrawP3D is a subroutine library for doing scientific visualization. It was originally developed with the P3D format for describing 3D models (hence the name), but it has since outgrown P3D to become a very versatile package in its own right. In addition to the P3D format, VRML and Open Inventor formats are now supported. This means that 3D models produced by DrawP3D can be included in Web pages and viewed with standard VRML browsers. Interactive output to X Windows and to Silicon Graphics GL is also provided.


DRAWP3D is no longer actively supported.  The source code and documentation are offered for users to use on their own.

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