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Hello,
I found an implement a graph product http://www.math.ucsd.edu/~fan/graphdraw/llu/graphproduct/Graph.java, but unfortunately I do not how can I combine this with the following code:







I create the graph from the file:
22 18.378 59.466 13.185
24 14.270 54.556 18.227
26 30.119 51.333 33.732
29 26.326 51.100 21.154
33 23.764 55.050 18.338
34 17.697 75.884 26.178
36 22.351 66.269 28.727
37 19.980 63.046 33.535


How can I implement an product graph for two 3D graphs?

Thank you in advance.




Best regards,
 
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