ePiX 1.2.10

ePiX project is a set of utilities for publication-quality math/sci plotting.
ePiX project is a set of utilities for publication-quality math/sci plotting.

ePiX creates mathematically accurate, camera-quality figures, plots, and line animations using easy-to-learn syntax.

Its output formats (eepic, EPS, PDF) are suitable for use with LaTeX.

C++ provides the algorithmic and numerical capabilities, LaTeX and GhostScript comprise the typographical rendering engine, and ImageMagick handles the creation of bitmapped images and animations.

Complete documentation and dozens of sample files are included. Knowledge of C++ is not required.

Requirements:

· The GNU shell, bash
· A C++ compiler and development libraries, preferably g++ (> 3.1)
· GhostScript, ImageMagick, and teTeX
· GNU binutils, textutils, and fileutils (ar, sed, grep, ln, rm...)

What's New in This Release:

· surface.cc: Get id (identity) from map.h
· map.h: Use typename instead of class in templates
· utils.cc: (truncate) Hard-code upper bound 0.0001
· constants.h: EPIX_EPSILON = 10^-6
· samples/bowl.xp: Reverse culling arguments

last updated on:
September 4th, 2012, 15:03 GMT
price:
FREE!
developed by:
Andrew D. Hwang
license type:
GPL (GNU General Public License) 
category:
ROOT \ Science and Engineering \ Visualization

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