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Painting between curves

Like Derek's answer using tikz, but without using tables or scope. \documentclass[border = 0.2in]{standalone} \usepackage[svgnames]{xcolor} \usepackage{tikz} \begin{document} \begin{tikzpicture}[...
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4 votes

Painting between curves

I'm not sure whether you're required to use pstricks, but if not may I suggest taking a look at tikz-pgf. For example (I'm using a made-up data set, not yours): \documentclass[border = 0.2in]{...
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gradient rectangle

Here's a TikZ solution. If you need to stick to pstricks, perhaps the same method could be applied there which is, basically, to fill the entire rectangle and to then fill 4 trapeziums to make the ...
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