The picture is the following:

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What would be the latex equivalent code ?

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    Welcome to TeX.SX! The short answer is that, yes, it is possible to do this but I have to warn you that questions of the form "Please draw this for me", which show no effort on the part of OP, often don't get answered. You will get more help if you post some code showing what you have tried and give a minimal working example. A quick search on TeX.SX for drawing functions (with tikz or pstricks) will give you an idea of where to start from.
    – user30471
    Nov 9, 2017 at 14:42
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    There is a similar example here: tex.stackexchange.com/questions/141624/…
    – Sebastiano
    Nov 9, 2017 at 20:38
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    @cehptr :-). We are here to help each other because we do not have to be selfish but always leave some good memories.
    – Sebastiano
    Nov 10, 2017 at 10:12

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Thanks to Sebastian, an answer would be:

   \begin{polaraxis}[grid=none, axis lines=none]
     \addplot[mark=none,domain=0:360,samples=300] {0.1 +  abs(cos(4*x/2))};
   \node at (3.45, 3.45) {$\mathcal{O}$};
   \node at (3.45, 5.45) {\small{\textbf{(0,2)}}};
   \node at (3.45, 4.8) {\small{\textbf{(0,9)}}};
   \node at (5.25, 3.65) {\small{(8, i)}};
   \node at (5.25, 3) {\small{(8, 10i)}};
   \node at (1.65, 3.65) {\small{(2i+7, i)}};
   \node at (1.65, 3) {\small{(2i+7, 10i)}};
   \node at (3.45, 2.1) {\small{(9i+7,i)}};
   \node at (3.45, 1.45) {\small{(9i+7,10i)}};
  • Please also put preamble and figure; can you do it?
    – Sebastiano
    Nov 10, 2017 at 10:13

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