CASA Function: plotAlgSet
Plots algebraic sets.
Calling Sequence:
 P := plotAlgSet(A)
 P := plotAlgSet(A,options)
Parameters:
 A : algset
 An algebraic set which is to be plotted.
 options : expseq
 Options analogous to the Maple plot options.
Result:
 P : PLOT

Description:
 The function plots the following algebraic sets: planar curves represented implicitly, in parametric form, or by places, space curves represented implicitly, in parametric form, in projected form, or by places, surfaces represented implicitly, or in parametric form.
 Options are given as equations of the form option=value.
 All options that are used by MAPLE's plottingfunctions (plot[options]) are supported. Furthermore, the range for the variables can be given. For every variable occurring in the algebraic set the user must specify a range.
 Also the option order=n is supported. This option is used for plotting places. Each formal powerseries will be developed into a power series up to order n (default is the global variable Order).
 Finally, the option style=point is supported.
Examples:
> a1:=mkImplAlgSet([2*x^43*x^2*y+y^2*(y1)^2],[x,y]);
> plotAlgSet(a1,x=2..2,y=1..3,numpoints=200);
> a2:=toPara(a1,t);
> plotAlgSet(a2,t=10..10,scaling=constrained,axes=boxed);
> a3:=toPlac(a1,[0,0],T);
> plotAlgSet(a3,T=1..1,order=6,title=`Powerseries expansion`);
See Also:
[CASA]
[ssiPlot]
[pacPlot]