In a paper, Tupper
presents a method for graphing two-dimensional implicit equations and
inequalities. This package gives an
implementation of the paper's basic algorithms to allow
the `Julia`

user to naturally represent and easily render graphs of
implicit functions and equations.

We give one example, others may be viewed as an `IJulia`

notebook (here).

The Devils curve is graphed over the default region as follows:

```
using Plots
pyplot()
using ImplicitEquations
a,b = -1,2
f(x,y) = y^4 - x^4 + a*y^2 + b*x^2
plot(f ⩵ 0) # \Equal[tab]
```

12/18/2014

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