by Ricardo Fernández Serrata
ASCII/UTF-Based Graphing Calculator. Is able to scan/calculate a plane from any start and end coordinates, and draws/prints its graph simultaneously. Supports custom settings like resolution, "line" width, anti-aliasing width and scan offset.
Automate can't directly evaluate external input expressions, so the expressions to graph must also be specified at "xprX" and "xprY" blocks. The preset expression here is "y = sin(x)".
x0 and y0 are the initial coordinates (start of scan). x1 and y1 are the final coords. "step" is the "resolution", small = detailed. x and y are just the "mutable coords" that are used when scanning and frequently change their value based on the stepping.
Check out this related repo: github.com/rudxain/mostly_math
Reviews and ratings can be submitted in the app.