New on CTAN: tzplot
This is a LaTeX package that provides TikZ based macros to make it easy to draw graphs. The macros provided in the tzplot package are just abbreviations for TikZ codes, which can be complicated, but using the package, hopefully, makes drawing easier, especially when drawing repeatedly. The macros in the tzplot package include: - \tzline, \tzdot, \tzplotcurve, \tzbezier, \tzparabola for lines, dots, curves - \tzaxes, \tzticks, \tzproj for drawing axes - \tzfn, \tzLFn for plotting functions and linear functions - \tzXpoint, \tzvXpoint, \tzhXpoint for intersections, vertical and horizontal intersections - \tztangent, \tzsecant for plotting tangent and secant lines - and more
The package’s Catalogue entry can be viewed at https://ctan.org/pkg/tzplot The package’s files themselves can be inspected at http://mirror.ctan.org/graphics/pgf/contrib/tzplot/
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tzplot – Plot graphs with TikZ abbreviations
This is a LaTeX package that provides TikZ-based macros to make it easy to draw graphs. The macros provided in this package are just abbreviations for TikZ codes, which can be complicated; but using the package will hopefully make drawing easier, especially when drawing repeatedly. The macros were chosen and developed with an emphasis on drawing graphs in economics.
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