Relplot constructs high-resolution PostScript or PDF plots of the solutions to equations on two variables. Unlike most other plotters, it can handle general equations and inequations, not just functions, and it can plot multiple equations at once. For more information, see the FAQ.

- Built-in variables: x y r th
- Constants: pi e 2 -.5 1.4e5 .7e01 π
- Binary arithmetic ops: + * − / ^ mod
- Unary arithmetic ops: |x| sqrt floor

exp ln lg sin cos tan asin acos atan atan2

sinh cosh tanh sinc - Relational operators: = < <= > >=
- Logical operators for combining formulas: && & ||
- Multiple equations/formulas separated by commas: ,
- User-defined functions:
f(e
_{1},..., e_{n})

e where f(x_{1},...,x_{n}) = e' - User-defined variables: a-z

x^3 + y^3 = 3xy, r^2 = 9/2

Some interesting equations to try:

x^2 * y^2 = 1 x^y = y^x (r-1/2)^5 = 4yx^3 - 4xy^3 ((xy(x-y)(x+y)(x^2+y^2-4))^2 - 1) < 1 ln r = sin 4x^2 + cos 5y^2 + x/4 y = 3 * x * sinc(pi^2 / r) y>|x| & y<sqrt(exp x + exp -x - 2) x^2 <= floor|ay|, x^2>|ay| where a=sqrt(5) 0 = (x^2+(y-(x^2)^(1/3))^2) mod 1 d = 30, d = 20, d < 10 where d = x^4+y^4 (5x mod 1=0 || 5y mod 1=0) & r<2 u < sin 5v, |r|>2 where u=x+y, v=x-y f(1)=-x, f(2)=0, f(4)=-4x where f(n)=(r+cos(10th))^2-n^2

Equation(s) to plot (see above for examples):

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Relplot was written by Andrew
Myers at Cornell University. It is written in SML and PostScript. The
source code is freely available for noncommercial use, subject to academic
integrity constraints; please contact the author.