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A Lissajous curve, that can be expressed in parametric form as:

x=A\sin(at+\delta),\quad y=B\sin(bt)

with a=3, b=2 and \delta = \pi / 2. I created it with the following GNUplot code:

set samples 5000
set terminal svg
set output "Lissajous_curve_3by2.svg"

# plotting within a square
set size square

# remove most of information from the picture
set noxtic
set noytic
set key off

# plot
set parametric
plot [0:2*pi] sin(a*t + delta),sin(b*t) with lines linewidth 2

and then I post-processed with Inkscape

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Lissajous curve 3by2 This |}
Date 22 December 2006
Author Alessio Damato

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current19:17, November 8, 2007Thumbnail for version as of 19:17, November 8, 2007600 × 600 (37 KB)PhloxBot (Talk | contribs)== Summary == {{Media-info |Description=A Lissajous curve, that can be expressed in parametric form as: :<math>x=A\sin(at+\delta),\quad y=B\sin(bt)</math> with <math>a=3</math>, <math>b=2</math> and <math>\delta = \pi / 2</math>. I created it with the fol


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