# Parametric Function Plotter: Gallery

Description| How it works| GalleryParametric functions can produce some beautiful curves, here is a selection.

1. Lissajous Curve, x(t) = sin(3*t), y(t) = cos(5*t)

2. "Hair-Spring", x(t) = t*sin(t), y(t) = t*cos(t)

3. A logarithmic spiral, x(t) = cos(t)*exp(t/5),

y(t) = sin(t)*exp(t/5), t ranges from 0 to 50.

4. A "ball of wool", created by x(t) = sin(exp(t)) and

y(t) = cos(exp(t)). t ranges from 0 to 6.

5. The beautiful butterfly curve, plotted using

x(t) =SIN(t)*(EXP(COS(t))-2*COS(4*t)-(SIN(t/12)^5))

y(t) =COS(t)*(EXP(COS(t))-2*COS(4*t)-(SIN(t/12)^5))

t ranges from 0 to 60.

6. A wire frame, plotted using x(t) =MOD(t,21), y(t) =MOD(t,17). t ranges from 0 to 356