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readme-tkz-fct.txt 06/01/2011 version 1.16 c
tkz-fct.sty uses tkz-base to draw graph of functions with a Cartesian
(rectangular) coordinate system.
This program can be redistributed and/or modified under the terms
of the LaTeX Project Public License Distributed from CTAN
archives in directory macros/latex/base/lppl.txt.
-- needs etex, fp.sty, tkz-base and gnuplot;
-- automatically loads the package TikZ;
-- compiles with utf8, pdflatex;
-- compiles using the chain dvi->dvips->ps2pdf;
-- not yet ready for use with TeX and ConText (I need more time and ideas);
-- good news! ready to lualatex but I still need to test.
You can experiment with the tkz-fct package by placing all of the distribution
files in the directory containing your current tex file.
You can also placing all of the distribution files in the directory :
How to use it
To use the package tkz-fct, place the following line in the preamble of your
If you use the xcolor package, load that package before tkz-euclide to avoid
Documentation for tkz-fct and tkz-base is available on my sites:
http://altermundus.fr (en français) or http://altermundus.fr (in english)
All examples given in documentation will be stored on my sites as standalone files, ready for compilation.
The new package tkz-euclide is *not* compatible with older packages tkz-base, tkz-2d, and tkz-arith.
-- 1.16 c correction of bugs
now default domain is xmin:xmax and not -5:5.
-- 1.13 first version
How to get all the examples :
1) You need to modify the file TKZdoc-fct-main.tex . Replace
2) Compile the sources
$ pdflatex TKZdoc-fct-main.tex
You get in your folder all the examples with the prefix tkzFct.
3) Put all these files in a new folder with the ruby script "addcontent.rb"
Run the script
$ ruby addcontent.rb
You get a folder with all the complete examples. The files begin with
4) Now you can compile the files. A fine solution is to use a makefile. You
can put the two files tkzfctpreamble.ltx and Makefile inside the last folder
and now you run
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tkz-fct – Tools for drawing graphs of functions
The tkz-fct package is designed to give math teachers (and students) easy
access to programming graphs of functions with
TikZ and gnuplot.
|License||The LaTeX Project Public License|
|Copyright||2011 Alain Matthes|
|Contained in||TeXLive as tkz-fct|
|MiKTeX as tkz-fct|