# Directory `graphics/pstricks/contrib/pst-infixplot`

README

Plotting functions with pst-plot is very powerful but sometimes difficult to learn since the syntax of \psplot and \parametricplot requires some PostScript knowledge. What infix-RPN and pst-infixplot styles intend to do is to simplify the usage of pst-plot for the beginner, providing macro commands that convert natural mathematical expressions to PS syntax.

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## 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.

Package | pst-infixplot |

Version | 0.11 |

Licenses | The LaTeX Project Public License |

Maintainer | Jean-Côme Charpentier Christophe Jorssen |

Contained in | TeX Live as pst-infixplot MiKTeX as pst-infixplot |

Topics | Graphics plot PSTricks |