function_plotter.lua − function plotter for Lua-AKFAvatar
function_plotter.lua [function]
Function plotter for Lua-AKFAvatar. You can enter a function for the variable x, which will then be plotted. For example, enter something like this: "(x/5)^3"
You can use the following operators:
+ |
plus (addition) |
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- |
minus (substraction) |
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* |
multiply (multiplication) |
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/ |
divide (division) |
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^ |
exponentation (for example use "x^3" for xÂ³) |
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% |
modulo (the rest of a division) |
For fractions you can use either a point or a comma as decimal mark. So "0.5" or "0,5" is the same. You cannot use a thousands separator. The number π can be written as "pi".
You can use the following functions:
sqrt(x) |
square root (√x) |
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exp(x) |
e^x |
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log(x) |
natural logarithm |
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log10(x) |
base-10 logarithm |
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deg(x) |
convert to degree (x in radians) |
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rad(x) |
covert to radians (x in degree) |
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sin(x) |
sine (x in radians) |
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sinh(x) |
hyperbolic sine (x in radians) |
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asin(x) |
arc sine (x in radians) |
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cos(x) |
cosine (x in radians) |
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cosh(x) |
hyperbolic cosine (x in radians) |
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acos(x) |
arc cosine (x in radians) |
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tan(x) |
tangent (x in radians) |
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tanh(x) |
hyperbolic tangent (x in radians) |
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atan(x) |
arc tangent (x in radians) |
ATTENTION: The argument for these functions must always be put in parentheses!
If you often need special functions or constant, it’s easy to add them to the script.