[pstricks] pst-plot commands
Denis.Girou at idris.fr
Wed Nov 28 21:25:00 CET 2001
>>>>> "Jose.Antonio" == Jose Antonio <jamr at uxmal.uam.mx> writes:
Jose.Antonio> How can I plot in the same curve other curves. i.e. :
Jose.Antonio> f(x)= (1/x^12) - (1/x^6) --> Lennard-Jones potential
Jose.Antonio> g(x)=(1/x^12) ---> Repulsive part
Jose.Antonio> h(x)=-(1/x^6) ---> Attractive part
Jose.Antonio> I don't understand very the order of the command: div sub exch ...
Jose.Antonio> and finally where can I get this information.
There was nearly the same question few days ago. Look at the archives of
PostScript language use RPN (Reverse Polish Notation):
(1/x^12) - (1/x^6) --> 1 x 12 exp div 1 x 6 exp div sub
Nevertheless, I guess that your functions will have a strange appearance,
as the values seems to vary very heavily.
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