mglTeX – High-quality graphics from MGL scripts embedded in LaTeX documents
This package allows you to create high-quality publication-ready graphics directly from MGL scripts embedded into your LaTeX document, using the MathGL library.
Besides following the LaTeX philosophy of allowing you to concentrate on content rather than output (mglTeX takes care of producing the output), mglTeX facilitates the maintenance of your document, since both code for text and code for plots are contained in a single file.
MathGL. is a fast and efficient library by Alexey Balakin for the creation of high-quality publication-ready scientific graphics. Although it defines interfaces for many programming languages, it also implements its own scripting language, called MGL, which can be used independently.
|Licenses||CC BY-SA 3.0|
GNU General Public License, version 3
|Copyright||2014–2016 Alexey Balakin and Diego Sejas Viscarra|
Diego Sejas Viscarra
|Contained in||TeX Live as mgltex|
Graphics plot function
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