[OS X TeX] [PUB] tkz
Iraj Kalantari
I-Kalantari at wiu.edu
Wed Dec 8 18:44:41 EST 2010
Intriguing examples!
Why do I get the following error while trying any of the examples?
! Undefined control sequence.
l.17 \pgfmathdeclarefunction
{gcd}{2}{%
Iraj.
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On Dec 8, 2010, at 4:14 PM, Alain Matthes wrote:
> Hello,
>
> Versions N° 1.0c of tkz-base, tkz-euclide and tkz-fct are ready for the CTAN server.
> Now if the syntax is not the same of TikZ, I use pgfkeys and it's more easy to use options
> like line width, color, text, mark etc.
>
> There is tkz-base (the base) and two packages linked at tkz-base : tkz-euclide Euclidean geometry (2D)
> and tkz-fct a tool to draw curves with tikz and gnuplot.
>
> You can see examples here (the site is under reconstruction )
>
> fct : http://altermundus.fr/pages/fct.html : cannabis curves comes from e mathworld (awesome )
>
> euclide : http://altermundus.fr/pages/euclide.html
>
> base : http://altermundus.fr/pages/base.html
>
> Before to find the files on CTAN, texlive etc. you can go here
> http://altermundus.fr/pages/download.html
>
>
> To use tkz-base : \usepackage{tkz-base} is enough and you can use macros for axes, points
>
> To use euclide : \usepackage{tkz-euclide} then \usetkzobj{all} and you have a lot of objects circles, arcs, sectors, protractor, compass
>
>
>
> To use fct : you need gnuplot (indispensable) but \usepackage{tkz-fct} is enough
>
> Please report typos or any other comments to this documentation to : al.ma at mac.com
>
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