[pstricks] pst-math
Luis Sequeira
lichinho at icloud.com
Fri Mar 15 12:16:42 CET 2013
> defined in pstricks.tex, no need for loading pstricks-add
>
I stand corrected on this.
Maybe it was first defined in pstricks-add (I think so), and later migrated to the main pstricks package,
or maybe I'm totally wrong and it never was in pstricks-add.
> pst-math defines only PostScript functions, the reason why it
> is not of interest if one uses the algebraic option or not.
>
> Herbert
Herbert, on that I stand my ground. The algebraic option DOES make a difference for pst-math.
Regarding Cyrille's question:
> In other terms could I typeset
>
> \psplot[algebraic]{1}{2}{GAMMA(x)}
>
> and this for any function in pst-math SIMPSON....
>
Try
\psplot{1}{2}{GAMMA(x)}
with the algebraic option set - it WORKS (so, the answer to this question is a resounding YES!).
Of course, the above will produce postscript errors if typeset without the algebraic option.
Luis Sequeira
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