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README
This is pgf-spectra, version 1.0 (15/04/2016).

This package provides the \pgfspectra[<options>] command which draws continuous and emission or absorption spectra for 99 elements and their ions.
It was developed mainly for the writing of my own documentation and exams sheets supporting directly PDF output format.
The drawing is made with the TikZ package and is based in the pst-spectra extension for PSTricks.

** Requirements
TikZ and ifthen packages.

** Installation
Unpack everything in a directory in the TeX search path and refresh the TeX database.

** Usage
Just place \usepackage{pgf-spectra} in the preamble.

** Contact the author
Hugo Gomes (hugo.parelho@gmail.com)

** Licence
Released under the LaTeX Project Public License v1.3 or later, see http://www.latex-project.org/lppl.txt

Down­load the con­tents of this pack­age in one zip archive (540.4k).

pgf-spec­tra – Draw con­tin­u­ous or dis­crete spec­tra us­ing PGF/TikZ

The pur­pose of this pack­age is to draw the spec­tra of el­e­ments in a sim­ple way.

It is based on the pack­age pst-spec­tra, sup­port­ing the same op­tions, but also adding some new op­tions. It re­lies on PGF/TikZ for draw­ing the de­sired spec­trum, con­tin­u­ous or dis­crete.

As in pst-spec­tra, there are data avail­able for the spec­tra of 99 el­e­ments and their ions (from the NASA database). It also al­lows the user to draw spec­tra us­ing their own data.

Pack­agepgf-spec­tra
Ver­sion1.0
Li­censesThe Project Public Li­cense 1.3
Main­tainerHugo Gomes
Con­tained inTeX Live as pgf-spec­tra
MiKTeX as pgf-spec­tra
TopicsPGF TikZ
Physics
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