MetaPlot – Plot-manipulation macros for use in METAPOST
MetaPlot is a set of METAPOST macros for manipulating
pre-generated plots (and similar objects), and formatting them for inclusion in a METAPOST figure. The intent is that the plots can be generated by some outside program, in an abstract manner that does not require making decisions about on-page sizing and layout, and then they can be imported into MetaPlot and arranged using the full capabilities of METAPOST. Metaplot also includes a very flexible set of macros for generating plot axes, which may be useful in other contexts as well.
Presently, MetaPlot is in something of a pre-release beta state; it is quite functional, but the syntax of the commands is still potentially in flux.
|License||The LaTeX Project Public License|
|Copyright||2004–2005 Brooks Moses|
|Contained in||TeX Live as metaplot|
|MiKTeX as metaplot|
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