[pstricks] second update for psPoisson

halbard7 at aol.com halbard7 at aol.com
Sun Aug 26 13:49:30 CEST 2007

 Dear Herbert,

Thanks for your speedy reply and update. This is the sort of thing I had in mind for the changes you've made.

Normal approximation to Poisson with lambda=30







?\uput[d](\n,0){\tiny $\n$}




?\uput[l](14.5,\n){\tiny $\n$}



?\psGauss[mue=30,sigma=30 sqrt]{15}{45}


For maths teachers it works well. Forgive
the non-standard ticks, I find them easier sometimes. Any ?s in the
output are possibly an artefact of AOL's web-email system, not sure

Incidentally, it is necessary
now-and-then to have on-demand axes ticks. It would be convenient if it
were possible to have, say, 

?\psaxes[xticks=1 2 4 8 16,yticks=0.5 1 2](...

Non-standard ticks are useful, but when done by hand they often grate. I happily admit it's not that important.


Gerry Coombes
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