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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

 You need package pstricks-add. For another (better) solution see also package pst-func.

 To plot the inverse function of `cos(x)`, the `arccos(x)` is easier to plot with the parametric macro instead of the psplot macro.

 This examples shows an extremely number of plotted points. The first plot has 3000 and the second one 4000, divided in two intervals of 3000 and 1000. This example shows, that there are nearly no restrictions in setting the plotpoints=??? option. Download the LaTeX Source for more information.

 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.

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