This is a Maxima-Gnuplot interface.

There are three functions to be used at Maxima level: **draw2d**, **draw3d** and **draw**. To read the available documentation about functions, variables and graphic options, type as usual something as **? point_type**.

More or less, this package works as follows. Scenes are described in **gr2d** or **gr3d** objects, which are then passed to function **draw**. If more than one scene is described, a multiplot will be generated, as in

Type **? gr2d** and **? gr3d** to know available graphic objects in two and three dimensions.

You need at least Gnuplot 4.2 (better 4.2.2) and Maxima 5.14 to run this package. Type **load(draw);** to make use of it.

- Plotting functions in 2d
- Plotting functions in 3d
- Parametric functions
- Implicit functions
- Complex values
- Regions defined by inequalities
- Non cartesian coordinates
- Contours
- Coloring 3D objects
- Discrete points and segments
- Error bars and boxes
- Geometric shapes
- Quadrilateral meshes
- Space transformations
- Vectors
- Multiple plots
- Images
- Cartography
- Animations
- Enhanced text
- SVG terminal
- Programming graphics at Maxima level
- Turtle graphics

See also some statistical graphics generated by package **descriptive**, based on **draw**.

- (November, 2014) Klein bottle. See example
- (January, 2013) LaTeX in terminal epslatex_standalone. See example
- (March, 2012) Background colors. See examples
- (February, 2012) Complex values. See examples
- (January, 2012) User defined scene allocation in multiplots. See examples
- (January, 2012) Ying-Yang with filled area. See example
- (December, 2011) Wired surfaces. See example
- (March, 2011) User defined palettes. See example
- (November, 2010) Enhanced text in all supported terminals. See examples
- (November, 2010) Regions defined by inequalities. See examples
- (November, 2010) Error bars and boxes. See examples
- (July, 2010) SVG terminal. See examples
- (July, 2010) Coloring 3D objects. See examples
- (June, 2010) Butterfly in polar coordinates. See plot
- (June, 2010) Space transformations. See examples
- (June, 2010) Quadrilateral meshes. See examples
- (March, 2010) Tubes. See examples
- (December, 2009) Logo-like graphics. See examples
- (November, 2009) The Terrible Fait of Napoleon's Great Army in Russia. 1812. See plot
- (September, 2009) Plotting a matrix as a surface. See example
- (May, 2009) An example of 3d surface with no rectangular domain. See example
- (April, 2009) More options for colorbox in enhanced3d mode. See examples
- (April, 2009) Parametric 3d curves with colored 4th dimension. See example
- (February, 2009) Added examples on Bode diagrams. See examples
- (February, 2009) Give support for secondary x-axis. See example
- (February, 2009) Graphic object
**points**admits lisp arrays as arguments, both in 2D and 3D plots. - (January, 2009) Stacking multiple plots on one window. See example
- (January, 2009) Give support for secondary y-axis. See example
- (November, 2008) Graphics objects can be defined at Maxima level. See example
- (November, 2008) Add support for pdf terminal. See documentation for details.
- (October, 2008) Mesh lines can be drawn together with enhanced 3d surfaces. See example
- (October, 2008) Make enhanced 3d parametric surfaces look better. See example

by Mario Rodríguez Riotorto