# numericplots – Plot numeric data (including Matlab export) using PSTricks

Plotting numeric data is a task which has often to be done for scientific papers. LaTeX itself provides no facilities for drawing more than the simplest plots from supplied data.

The package will process user input, and uses PSTricks to plot the results.

The package provides Matlab functions to transform Matlab results to plottable data.

Sources | `/graphics/pstricks/contrib/numericplots` |

Documentation | |

Version | 2.0.2 2013-09-19 |

Licenses | GNU General Public License, version 3 |

Copyright | 2010–2013 Thomas König, Alexander Michel, Michael Baumgart |

Maintainer | Thomas König Alexander Michel |

Contained in | TeX Live as numericplots MiKTeX as numericplots |

Topics | Graphics plot |

See also | pgfplots pst-plot |

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## Announcements

- 2013-09-21 CTAN Update: NumericPlots
- 2013-04-22 CTAN Update: numericplots
- 2011-07-14 CTAN Update: numericplots

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