[pstricks] dataread in a table within multido loops

Michael Sharpe msharpe at ucsd.edu
Tue May 18 03:00:43 CEST 2010

You might find it more useful to use Sage (http://sagemath.org) which has many more libraries than those that can be  implemented reasonably in PostScript, and since the principals are number theorists, you will certainly find elliptic functions. Sage has a good interface to LaTeX---this is the purpose of sagetex.sty. You can also use it to generate the specialized graphics, then decorate the graphics using pstricks. (Sage uses gnuplot to render graphics so there is a little work to get the style you wish.)


On May 17, 2010, at 5:19 PM, mathias legrand wrote:

> Le 2010-05-14 06:00, pstricks-request at tug.org a écrit :
>> Subject: Re: [pstricks] dataread in a table within multido loops
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>> Try using the package macro \check<arrayname> and \cachedata like this:
>> \multido{\i=1+1}{12}{\checkMonths(\i)\psline[linewidth=1pt]{->}(\cachedata,0)(\cachedata,1)}
>> regards
>> rick
> Thanks, but I want to do is a little bit more complex than the provided example.
> Since it is related to Elliptic functions, will they be soon implemented within pstricks?
> (I was not able to find them). It looks like they are used in the last pst-magneticfield
> extension. Thanks
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