Pretty rendering method for mathematic functions

PyMathRender

Pretty rendering method for mathematic functions

Install

From Pypi:

py -m pip install PyMathRender

From GitHub:

py -m pip install git+https://github.com/donno2048/Maths

Use

from PyMathRender import main
main("sum([math.cos(3 ** n * x / 1000) / (3 ** n) for n in range(10)])", Text = r"$\sum_{n=0}^\infty\frac{\cos\left(3^nx\right)}{3^n}$ Is continuous but not differentiable in any point", LineColor = "blue", TextColor = "blue", start = 0, end = 10, step = .001, required = ["math"])


Or:

from PyMathRender import main
from math import cos, e, sqrt
def fun(x): return sum([cos(3 ** n * x / 1000) / (e ** (sqrt(3 ** n) - 1)) for n in range(10)])
main(fun, Text = r"$\sum_{n=0}^\infty\frac{\cos\left(3^nx\right)}{e^{-1+\sqrt{3^n}}}$ Is smooth but not analytic in any point", LineColor = "red", TextColor = "red", start = 0, end = 10, step = .001)


The first argument is the function (x is the variable if you use the string method) - It is the only required argument,

Text is the additional text,

LineColor is the color of the line plotted, either blue, green, red, cyan, magenta, yellow, black or white,

TextColor is the color of the additional text, same colors as LineColor,

start, end and step are the starting and ending points and the size of the steps between them,

required is a list of required packages for the function - needed only using the string method.

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