drawing a circle

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so i have build simulations about damping systems in labview just for fun... but now that i'm taking a signature wich needs me to use it i can't find what i'm doing wrong... this is a trouble with a circle... i just have to draw it, i was thinking about using the formula node and the circle ecuation with se center in the origin... but some how this does not work... have you ever draw a function you already know in a Graph XY with arrays for the X and the Y values...

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Hi,

You may want to look up some good LV programming techniques. Your math seams to be faulty. Try to revise your math, and make sure you understand the functions that you use.

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I had that half way, closed LV by accident and didn't save. That is when I realized that I am still way too sick and tired to be doing any logic when I see doubles. That is where my first post came from. Edited by SuperS_5
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The pi is imaginary!

An elegant solution . That's going in my snippets draw.

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The pi is imaginary!

What the frack?!

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i feel so ashamed of my logic right now... (in math, a circle is the constant function in polar coordinates)

perhaps in a polar graph... this cuold be even easier... anyway.... thaks to all of you... i'll finally keep this one for future references...

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• 10 years later...

I really liked seeing this topic. Question, how would I combine 2 circle graphs together? Thanks.

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4 hours ago, Brooks Nelson said:

I really liked seeing this topic. Question, how would I combine 2 circle graphs together? Thanks.

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I feel the need to highlight the absurdity of how Shaun answered this question within 4 hours... about a post that he made 10 years ago.

This community is amazing

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Thank you for the help.

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