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Direc­tory graphics/pstricks/contrib/pst-optexp

The pst-optexp package --- Drawing optical experimental setups
Maintained by Christoph Bersch
E-mail: usenet@bersch.net
Released under the LaTeX Project Public License v1.3c or later
See http://www.latex-project.org/lppl.txt

The package pst-optexp is a collection of optical components that 
facilitate easy sketching of optical experimental setups. A lot of 
different free-ray and fiber components are provided, which alignment, 
positioning and labelling can be achieved in very simple and flexible 
ways. The components can be connected with fibers or beams, realistic 
raytraced beam paths are also possible.


The package is supplied in dtx format and as a pre-extracted zip file,
pst-optexp.tds.zip. The later is most convenient for most users: simply
unzip this in your local texmf directory and run texhash to update the 
database of file locations. The pst-optexp package is also contained in
MiKTeX and TeX Live distributions. If you want to unpack the dtx 
yourself you must run "tex pst-optexp.ins", to typeset the documentation
run "latex pst-optexp.dtx".

The package requires recent version of pst-node, multido, pstricks-add,
pst-eucl, and environ.

Down­load the con­tents of this pack­age in one zip archive (3.5M).

pst-op­t­exp – Draw­ing op­ti­cal ex­per­i­men­tal se­tups

The pack­age is a col­lec­tion of op­ti­cal com­po­nents that fa­cil­i­tate easy sketch­ing of op­ti­cal ex­per­i­men­tal se­tups. The pack­age uses PSTricks for its out­put.

A wide range of free-ray and fi­bre com­po­nents is pro­vided, the align­ment, po­si­tion­ing and la­belling of which can be achieved in very sim­ple and flex­i­ble ways. The com­po­nents may be con­nected with fibers or beams, and re­al­is­tic ray­traced beam paths are also pos­si­ble.

Ver­sion5.2 2014-11-26
Li­cense The Project Public Li­cense 1.3
Main­tainer Christoph Ber­sch
Con­tained inTeX Live as pst-op­t­exp
MiKTeX as pst-op­t­exp
Topics di­a­grams of op­ti­cal sys­tems
pack­age us­ing PStricks for graph­i­cal out­put
schematic de­tails of lab­o­ra­tory work
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