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t = 0
x_func: x
y_func: y
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x_func
x_func: applied iteratively num_points times to the previous point's x value. allowed terms: x, y, and t |
t_initial
t_initial: initial t value. |
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y_func
y_func: applied iteratively num_points times to the previous point's x value. allowed terms: x, y, and t |
t_final
t_final: final t value. |
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x_scale
x_scale: scales x value of all points. recommended: >100 |
t_rate
t_rate: dt, or t's rate of change - added to t every 10ms. recommended: <0.01 |
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y_scale
y_scale: scales y value of all points. recommended: >100 |
num_points
num_points: number of points, or more specifically, number of times x_func and y_func are iteratively applied. |
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x_offset
x_offset: offsets x value of all points. positive = left negative = right |
trail_length
trail_length: number of points per trail. (setting this to 2 will cause errors when connect_trail is true) recommended: <10 |
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y_offset
y_offset: offsets y value of all points. positive = up negative = down |
color_scheme
color_scheme (0 to 11): 0 = rainbow 1 = cyan 2 = blue-purple-pink 3 = green-yellow 4 = magenta 5 = blue-cyan 6 = red-orange-yellow 7 = yellow 8 = red-magenta 9 = green-cyan 10 = white 11 = black |
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point_size
point_size: point diameter in pixels. recommended: 1-3 |
connect_trail
connect_trail (true/false): use with caution. when set to true, trails will be shown as bezier curves of trail_length points. this will not work as intended without significant tweaking, and should only be used at extremely low t_rate values, or with extremely stable functions. don't be too alarmed when you try this out for the first time. |