# Visualizing results of Gay-Berne model?

After I have done with some Monte Carlo simulation of Gay-Berne model, I want to visualize how the N molecules look like in the domain. Here the N molecules all have the same ellipsoidal shape. The centre positions $\mathbf{r}_i$ and the orientations $\mathbf{u}_i$ are given. Is there any software that can plot the configuration of these N molecules based on the given information? Either 3D or 2D is fine.

Thanks!

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$10^3$ particles should be no challenge; $10^6$ might be a challenge. I don't use Matlab as regularly as Mathematica, so I cannot help you. But you could post a question on a Matlab forum, and get quick expert advice. – Joseph O'Rourke Oct 26 '11 at 18:17
I found Mathematica can handle $10^3$ particles quite easily, and produce nice graphs. I'll just use Mathematica. Thanks a lot! – Chong Luo Oct 29 '11 at 10:33