## README for derivative package v1.2 dated 2022-07-09
The package provides a set of commands `\NewDerivative`, `\NewDifferential` etc. that can be used to define a derivative or a differential operator, respectively. The package have already defined several derivatives and differentials:
- `\odv` Ordinary derivative
- `\pdv` Partial derivative
- `\fdv` Functional derivtive
- `\mdv` Material derivative
- `\adv` Average rate of change
- `\jdv` Jacobian
- `\odif` Shorthand for ordinary derivative
- `\pdif` Shorthand for partial derivative
- `\fdif` Shorthand for functonal derivative
- `\mdif` Shorthand for material derivative or general differential operator
- `\adif` Difference
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derivative.sty The package itself.
derivative.pdf The package documentation in PDF format.
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