Allows you to plot math functions over a graph.

**Variables Group:****$A / $B / $C:**

Three variables that you can set and reference in your function.

**Function:****Preset Dropdown:**

Selects a preset example function to play with.**Function Text Field:**

Type in your equation here. Available variables to use:

$A / $B / $C: These represent the values set in the above "*Variables*" group.

$X: Represents the values along the X-axis as the function is plotted.

$P: Represents the last value calculated for Y.

**Sample Graph:**

If on, prints out 11 values sampled evenly along the graph.**Sample At X:**

Allows you to set an X value to sample at along the graph. This can be set to a point off the graph if needed.**Output Function Group:**

Allows you to do "useful things" with the current function.**Number Of Samples:**

Sets how many knots, or array entries, will be output.**Scale Factor:**

Scales the values before output. Useful for making a created spline a bit larger.**Create Spline:**

Creates a spline object from the current graph.**Print Array:**

Prints an array to the listener containing the function curve's values, which can be cut and pasted into another script.

- Using $P is funky... sample readout will likely be incorrect.
- Doesn't "connect the dots"

2000.01.07 - Created 2000.01.26 - Folded print samples into UI, added Sample At point 2001.02.01 - You can now create splines from the given function 2001.05.20 - Printing arrays of the function - Annoying off-by-one graph error finally fixed - Made it slower (sigh) but easier to change later - Added $P as a variable... just because. - Pan and Zoom... finally.

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