# acroflex – Create a graphing widget in a PDF file

The package creates a graphing screen using the rmannot package. The user can type in functions and graph them. A graphing screen can be populated with pre-packaged functions for the user to scrutinize and interact with. The package can graph functions of a single variable x, a pair of parametric equations that are functions of t, and a polar function of t.

The graphing screen is a rich media annotation that uses a specially developed SWF file, called the AcroFLeX Graphing widget. The package takes advantage of rich media annotations, which is a version 9 feature of Acrobat; it therefore requires Acrobat Pro and Distiller version 9. The user needs to use Adobe Reader 9.0 in order to obtain the graphing functionality.

Sources | `/macros/latex/contrib/acroflex` |

Documentation | |

Home page | http://www.math.uakron.edu/~dpstory/acroflex.html |

Version | 1.0 |

License | The LaTeX Project Public License 1 |

Copyright | 2008 D. P. Story |

Maintainer | D. P. Story |

Contained in | MikTeX as acroflex |

Topics |
access PDF features |

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