The interactiveplot Package
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Authors:
Roberto Bock ,
Javier Toro ,
Pedro Linares
Description:
This package provides an interface to generate two- and three-dimensional interactive
plots of elemental explicit functions. Functions can be defined to contain variable
parameters, that can be modified by buttons in the generated PDF.
By now, the only supported way for compiling using this package is by
producing a PDF file with pdfTeX.
The final PDF can be viewed with Adobe Reader 11.0+.
Note: this file only gives a summary of usage and available button
options. Please refer to the documentation `interactiveplotmanual.pdf'
for details and examples.
Keywords:
build button controllable interactive function
LaTeX pdfLaTeX JavaScript Adobe Reader
Usage:
\usepackage{interactiveplot}
%You can plot 2D interactive functions
\begin{iplotdd} % Environment for 2D plots
\iplot[options] % Macro that defines a function
% and its options
{<2d_function1>} % Function in natural language
...
\iplot[optionsN] % Last function to be plotted
{<2d_functionN>}
\end{iplotdd} % End of environment
%And 3D interactive functions, too
\begin{iplotddd} % Environment for 3D plots
\iplot[options] % Macro that defines a function
% and its options
{<3d_function1>} % Function in natural language
...
\iplot[optionsN] % Last function to be plotted
{<3d_functionN>}
\end{iplotddd} % End of environment
Requirements:
pdfTeX, version 1.20+
Adobe Reader, version 11.0+
Installation:
Unzip the file `interactiveplot' and copy the file
`interactiveplot.sty' in a place where LaTeX can find it.
MiKTeX users should run the package manager for installation.
License:
This material is subject to the LaTeX Project Public License. See
http://www.ctan.org/tex-archive/help/Catalogue/licenses.lppl.html
for the details of that license.
Thanks to:
* University: Universidad de Carabobo (http://uc.edu.ve/)
* Company: DCT (http://www.dct.com.ve/)