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In 3D vector field visualization, what kind of knowledge should know, thank you!!!

MIT 6.00 Intro Computer Science (OCW)
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sorry, i am not so good at math, is it just some knowledge of 3d vector field in math? because of i need these knowledge to programming in software. Thank you so much
http://cumbia.informatik.uni-stuttgart.de/ger/research/proj/ito/materials/VIS-Modules-07-Vector_Field_Visualization.pdf this is the "base" math u must probably learn to reach the 3D one, but title itself ("3D vector field visualization") says its a math science branch .

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Open GL uses Matrix operations learned in Linear Algebra...

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