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GraphConv 1.0

This program may be freely distributed.

This program uses the muparser library by Ingo Berg (http://muparser.sourceforge.net).

** Introduction **

Graph (http://www.padowan.dk/graph/) is a very easy to use program to create simple graphs. GraphConv a small Windows program to convert Graph files to PStricks code.

** Use **

GraphConv is easy to use. First, extract the archive in a directory. Create a graph with the Graph program and open it in GraphConv. Click the "Convert" button and the code will appear in the window below. You can copy the code by clicking the "Copy" button and then directly paste it in your document. The result can be previewed in a DVI viewer by clicking the "Preview" button. The PStricks code can be edited directly in the window and changes can be previewed again by clicking "Preview". The Graph file can be opened by clicking the "Graph" button.

The preamble used for previews can be edited by clicking the "Preamble" button. A corresponding Latex format can be built by clicking the "Build format" button. It can be used to speed up DVI previews. To enable format use, select the "Use format" option in the main window.

Pre-defined psstyles can be used for psgraph, psplot and psaxes. To used them, select the corresponding options and type the name of your pre-defined style. Don�t forget to define them in the preamble. The pstricks-add "VarStep" option can also be used. If you change these options, you have to click the "Convert" button before changes take place.

Not all Graph features are supported but it should be sufficient for most uses or at least to get the basic PSTricks code.

French users can get a French interface by setting "Fr" instead of "En" under [Language] in the graphconv.ini file.

Down­load the con­tents of this pack­age in one zip archive (84.9k).

GraphConv – Con­vert graph files to PSTricks

Graph is a very easy to use pro­gram to cre­ate sim­ple graphs. GraphConv is a small Win­dows pro­gram to con­vert Graph files to PStricks code.

Li­cense No Source Avail­able
Main­tainer Martin Chicoine
Topics con­vert a for­eign graph­ics for­mat for use with
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