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3D examples  |  Axes |  Bessel curves |  chemical elements as x-axis label |  Dataplot |  Different units for the axis |  fileplot |  filling areas between two curves |  Gaußcurve |  Grid plot |  Introduction |  listplot |  logarithmic axes |  Parametric plots |  Plot of arccos(x) |  Plot of arctan(x) |  Plot of sin(1/x) |  Plot only every nth data |  plotstyle |  psaxes |  shaded areas under a curve |  Simple Examples |  surface plots |  Units demo |

The following plots were produced with the packages pst-plot, which is part of pstricks. The plot-package always requires the corresponding tex-file pst-plot.tex.

You can download Plotting functions from the DTK, the journal of DANTE, and also Plotting data records (english) (german)
 The inverse function of `tan(x)`, the `atan(x)`, has the syntax `y=atan(nominator/demoninator)` and the values are in the range of `0..360°`. This is in difference to the default definition of `-90...+90°`. The following example shows also a plot with the `\parametricplot` macro. For the plot of a `tan(x)` go here

 To plot the inverse function of `cos(x)`, the `arccos(x)` is easier to plot with the parametric macro instead of the psplot macro.
 The data file holds 1000 data records, but only every nth should be plotted. There is a new option `step`. This example shows two curves, the blue one shows every data record and the red one only every 50th record. The option `step` is only valid for the `\listplot` macro, so that the datafile has to be read before by the `\readdata` macro.