## Sine function visualization using Python

“Coding Druid” series is my horizontal programming practice notes, each part around a topic like mathematical, physics, electronic, graphics, sound, etc., implemented in several programming languages. Coding DruidPart: MathChapter: Trigonometric FunctionSection: Python In the previous two sections, I visualized Trigonometric function (Sine and unit circle) by MaxMSP and JavaScript (React): Trigonometric Function Visualization Using MaxMSP Sine Function Visualization Using JavaScript (React) This time I use Python to implement it. For the quick goal,

## Sine function visualization using React Hooks

“Coding Druid” series is my horizontal programming practice notes, each part around a topic like mathematical, physics, electronic, graphics, sound, etc., implemented in several programming languages. Coding DruidPart: MathChapter: Trigonometric FunctionSection: Javascript (React) In the previous section, I visualized Trigonometric function (Sine and unit circle) by MaxMSP: Trigonometric Function Visualization Using MaxMSP — “Coding Druid” This time I use javascript to implement it. There are kinds of ways to draw graphic in javascript in browser:

## Trigonometric function visualization using MaxMSP — “Coding Druid”

“Coding Druid” series is my horizontal programming practice notes, each part around a topic like mathematical, physics, electronic, graphics, sound, etc., implemented in several programming languages. Mathematics In the principle of not digging holes for yourself, I start from a (maybe) simple theory, the trigonometric function of junior high school mathematics. Trigonometric function In mathematics, the trigonometric functions (also called circular functions, angle functions or goniometric functions) are real functions which relate an