I need to graph real valued functions (for exposition and analysis). The issue is: there are more independent variables so that the conventional graphing methods can't be used, and furthermore I don't want to slice the functions.
- These functions are like $s=f_1(x,y,z,t)$ and $s=f_2(x,y,z,t,k)$
- I also have vector functions of the same type: v = g1 (x,y,z,t) and v = g2 (x,y,z,t,k)
The motivation is to see the functions intuitively at one go and maybe compare them. I know that there is a limitation of physical dimensions. Domain coloring has its own limits in this regard. My question is:
Do we have a visualization methodology for such requirements?
It will be a benefit if one could refer to a software tool.
Any thoughts/suggestions are welcome.