pst-infixplot – Using PSTricks plotting capacities with infix expressions rather than RPN
Plotting functions with pst-plot is very powerful but sometimes difficult to learn since the syntax of \psplot and \parametricplot requires some PostScript knowledge. The infix-RPN and pst-infixplot styles simplify the usage of pst-plot for the beginner, providing macro commands that convert natural mathematical expressions to PostScript syntax.
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|Contained in||TeX Live as pst-infixplot|
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