{pst-plot} is about a PSTricks package addressing issues related to a high-level interface for making {plots}.

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How can I define a mathematical function as a LaTeX macro?

I am attempting to create a usable function within LaTeX such that its inputs are transformed mathematically. However, I cannot find any documentation that can perform such mathematical function ...
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psgraph with y-axis on left and right of graph and axis labels

I'm attempting to plot two quantities on one graph each with their own vertical axis. I've got as far as the MWE below but am stuck on two problems. Can I make the right hand axis have the same line ...
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Labels with \psplot

Consider the following example: \documentclass{article} \usepackage{pst-plot} \begin{document} \begin{figure} \def\dx{2.5} \def\dy{1} \makeatletter ...
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pst-plot graph offset on page when graph has non-zero origin

This question relates to the use of pst-plot with datasets that have x axis values starting from a positive number for example x = 0.5 -> 0.8. In the case below, on two separate computers both ...
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How to make a radian argument still get interpreted in radian when working with \psplot in PostScript form?

When using \psplot in PS form (or algebraic=false) the interval must be specified in degrees. However, sometimes, I need algebraic=false but interval is given in radian. Is it possible to achieve this ...