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CTAN update: pstricks-add

Date: January 18, 2009 12:22:06 AM CET
Herbert Voss wrote: > I uploaded pstricks-add.tgz to the uk mirror. Please replace the > files with the ones in the directory > /graphics/pstricks/contrib/pstricks-add/ > > pstricks-add is a PSTricks related package, which has a lot > of additional features, like arrows, special curves, ... > > This update has the following changes > > pstricks-add.tex > v 3.16 2009-01-17 > - add optional argument for \psplot and \parametricplot > for additional PostScript settings > - make showorigin also valid for the ticks > - fixed bug with \psgraph and the optional labels > - fixed bug with \psaxes and the optional arguments > - added the PostScript variable ps at Exit to exit loops in > \psaxes and \parametricplot > - added yMaxValue option for plotstyles lines, polygons and beziers > to draw discontinued functions > - modified \psxTick and \psyTick (Martin Chicoine) > - new macro \use at keep@par, which doesn't delete the setting > after using it > - added \psBoxplot i've installed the new version, and slightly modified the catalogue repository. users may view the catalogue entry at http://www.tex.ac.uk/tex-archive/help/Catalogue/entries/pstricks-add.html and browse the package directory at http://www.tex.ac.uk/tex-archive/graphics/pstricks/contrib/pstricks-add/ the (rather small) change to the catalogue will appear on the web overnight. Robin Fairbairns For the CTAN team

pstricks-add – A collection of add-ons and bugfixes for PSTricks

Collects together examples that have been posted to the PSTricks mailing list, together with many additional features for the basic pstricks, pst-plot and pst-node, including:

  • bugfixes;
  • new options for the pspicture environment;
  • arrows;
  • braces as node connection/linestyle;
  • extended axes for plots (e.g., logarithm axes);
  • polar plots;
  • plotting tangent lines of curves or functions;
  • solving and printing differential equations;
  • box plots;
  • matrix plots; and
  • pie charts.

The package makes use of PostScript routines provided by pst-math.

MaintainerDominique Rodriguez
Herbert Voß



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