# Example Scripts

The `Examples/`

subdirectory contains several example Plotter scripts, which
demonstrate some of the features of Plotter, and ways in which you can extend it
by writing some of your own Python functions.
### Simple Example - `simple.py`

This script was saved directly from Plotter. It contains plots of two
cartesian functions, plus the necessary function calls to setup the
axes. If you load this into Plotter, you should see a parabola
and a sinusoid.
### Function Types - `functypes.py`

This script, also saved directly from Plotter, demonstrates using
the three different types of function presently supported in Plotter:
cartesian, polar and parametric.
### Degrees - `degrees.py`

By defining simple `sin_degrees()`

, `cos_degrees()`

and `tan_degrees()`

functions, this script produces
trigonometric plots with the x-axis in degrees rather than radians. This
script was written by hand in a text-editor, but it would have been
possible to enter the function defintions in the Plotter console
and achive the same effect.
### Calculus - `calculus.py`

This script defines differntiation and integration functionals
(higher order functions that operate on functions). This means
you display graphs of the derivative or integral of a function easily.
It is a good demonstration of the power of mixing the Python
programming language with the Plotter graphical interface to
graph plotting.

*Plotter 0.2.1 Documentation*

James Kermode, August 2001