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How to plot the sum of procedure's results in 3D?

Hello! Help me please to draw a graph of the results of my procedure in 3D . The procedure displays a graph of the function Sin[x] and rectangles on it and Ln [y] and rectangles on it . I need to print a sum of procedsure's results of Sin[x] and Ln[y] in 3D, then these rectangles should be parallelepipeds.

spxsin = {-1, -0.35, 0.3, 0.95, 1.6, 2.375, 3.15, 3.925, 4.7, 5.025, 
   5.35, 5.675, 6};
spxlny = {1, 2.25, 3.5, 4.75, 6};
operation[value_, f_, a_, b_] := Block[{data},
  data = Table[{x, f[x]}, {x, a, b, 0.1}];
  Graphics[{Thick, Blue, Line[data],
    Green, 
    Table[Point[{value[[i]], f[value[[i]]]}], {i, 1, Length[value]}], 
    Pink, Opacity[.7], 
    Table[Rectangle[{value[[i]], f[value[[i]]]}, {value[[i + 1]], 
       f[value[[i + 1]]]}], {i, 1, Length[value] - 1}]
    }, Axes -> True]]

operation[spxsin, Sin, -1, 6]
operation[spxlny, Log, 1, 6]

I've tried to do it :

Plot3D[{operation[spxsin, Sin, -1, 6] + operation[spxlny, Log, 1, 6]}, {spxsin, -1, 6}, {spxlny, 1, 6}]

or

Plot3D[{operation[spxsin, Sin, -1, 6] + operation[spxlny, Log, 1, 6]}, {x, -1, 6}, {y, 1, 6}]

but it doesn't work:(

POSTED BY: Julia Ilkiv

I am afraid you'll have to write a new operation3D routine. You cannot simply sum two 2D operations and hope that they give meaningful 3D results.

POSTED BY: Gianluca Gorni
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