I want to draw circular waves like these:
I'll draw the first one and you try to work on the rest. You can do this iteratively, too, I think, with some extra work.
As have been said in the comment above, once you have the mathematical equation in polar coordinates, it is just a matter of some
This is not a
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The hardest part is to parametrize the curve. There are lots of ways to do this, one such way is
If you vary the
Once you have this, you can plot the curve easily using
Animation: vary n
Animation: vary 'sharpness' of the curve
See How to convert pstricks animation to GIF file? for full details of the rest of the animation creation process (just a couple of steps).
Here is another TikZ solution...
If you're not too bothered about the exact equation, here's a method using the
Two obvious parameters:
I don't know how to do fancy animations, so here's a static image:
Just 4 fun with PSTricks. (and probably Bohr used PSTricks to illustrate his atomic model.)
I am a bit lazy to redo my work above. Please try
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The requested random magic by Doctor Kumar is given as follow. Please compile with