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Direc­tory graphics/pstricks/contrib/pst-infixplot

Plotting functions with pst-plot is very powerful but sometimes difficult 
to learn since the syntax of \psplot and \parametricplot requires some 
PostScript knowledge. What infix-RPN and pst-infixplot styles intend to 
do is to simplify the usage of pst-plot for the beginner, providing macro 
commands that convert natural mathematical expressions to PS syntax.

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pst-in­fix­plot – Us­ing PSTricks plot­ting ca­pac­i­ties with in­fix ex­pres­sions rather than RPN

Plot­ting func­tions with pst-plot is very pow­er­ful but some­times dif­fi­cult to learn since the syn­tax of \psplot and \para­met­ric­plot re­quires some PostScript knowl­edge. The in­fix-RPN and pst-in­fix­plot styles sim­plify the us­age of pst-plot for the be­gin­ner, pro­vid­ing macro com­mands that con­vert nat­u­ral math­e­mat­i­cal ex­pres­sions to PostScript syn­tax.

Li­cense The Project Public Li­cense
Main­tainerJean-Côme Char­p­en­tier
Christophe Jorssen
Con­tained inTeX Live as pst-in­fix­plot
MiKTeX as pst-in­fix­plot
Topics pack­age us­ing PStricks for graph­i­cal out­put
plot data
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