CTAN update: pst-func
Date: January 4, 2010 4:47:37 PM CET
Herbert Voss wrote:
> I uploaded pst-func.tgz to the uk mirror. Please replace the
> files with the ones in the directory
> /graphics/pstricks/contrib/pst-func/
>
> pst-func is a PSTricks related package for drawing
> special mathematical functions like distributions,
> polynomials, popcorn function, a.s.o. See documentation
> for a complete list.
>
> This update fixes some important bugs:
>
> ..... pst-func.tex
> 0.63 2010-01-04 - fixed bug with Bezier definition
> - fixed bug with \pst at Shift in \psGaussI
> - fixed bug with \psGaussI
>
> ..... pst-func.pro
> 0.12 2010-01-04 rename Points to BezierPoints to prevent clash with
> pstricks.pro
thanks for the upload; i have installed the files and updated the
catalogue repository.
Users may view the package's catalogue entry at
http://www.tex.ac.uk/tex-archive/help/Catalogue/pst-func.html
or browse the package's directory at
http://www.tex.ac.uk/tex-archive/graphics/pstricks/contrib/pst-func/
The catalogue entry will change (somewhat) overnight tonight.
Robin Fairbairns
For the CTAN team
pst-func – PSTricks package for plotting mathematical functions
The package is built for use with PSTricks. It provides macros for plotting and manipulating various mathematical functions:
- polynomials and their derivatives f(x)=an*x^n+an-1*x^(n-1)+...+a0 defined by the coefficients a0 a1 a2 ... and the derivative order;
- the Fourier sum f(x) = a0/2+a1cos(omega x)+...+b1sin(omega x)+... defined by the coefficients a0 a1 a2 ... b1 b2 b3 ...;
- the Bessel function defined by its order;
- the Gauss function defined by sigma and mu;
- Bézier curves from order 1 (two control points) to order 9 (10 control points);
- the superellipse function (the Lamé curve);
- Chebyshev polynomials of the first and second kind;
- the Thomae (or popcorn) function;
- the Weierstrass function;
- various integration-derived functions;
- normal, binomial, poisson, gamma, chi-squared, student’s t, F, beta, Cauchy and Weibull distribution functions and the Lorenz curve;
- the zeroes of a function, or the intermediate point of two functions;
- the Vasicek function for describing the evolution of interest rates; and
- implicit functions.
The plots may be generated as volumes of rotation about the X-axis, as well.
Package | pst-func |
Version | 1.02a 2024-03-31 |
Maintainer | Herbert Voß |