G’MIC Equation plot y=f(x) node

This documentation is for version 0.3 of G’MIC Equation plot y=f(x).

Description

Note :

Use variable X instead of x in the above equation to take care of the X-min/max settings.

Variable c refers to the current channel number.

Variable u refers to a uniformly distributed random value in [0,1.

Reduce resolution to be able to view

separate graph vertices.

Author: David Tschumperle. Latest update: 2010/29/12.

Wrapper for the G’MIC framework (http://gmic.eu) written by Tobias Fleischer (http://www.reduxfx.com).

Inputs

Input Description Optional
Input   No

Controls

Parameter / script name Type Default Function
F(x) / Fx String X*c+10*cos(X+c+u)  
X-min / Xmin Double -10  
X-max / Xmax Double 10  
Resolution / Resolution Integer 100  
Channels / Channels Integer 3  
Plot type / Plot_type Choice Splines

None
Lines
Splines
Bars
Vertex type / Vertex_type Choice None

None
Points
Crosses 1
Crosses 2
Circles 1
Circles 2
Square 1
Square 2
Output Layer / Output_Layer Choice Layer 0

Merged
Layer 0
Layer 1
Layer 2
Layer 3
Layer 4
Layer 5
Layer 6
Layer 7
Layer 8
Layer 9
Resize Mode / Resize_Mode Choice Dynamic

Fixed (Inplace)
Dynamic
Downsample 1/2
Downsample 1/4
Downsample 1/8
Downsample 1/16
Ignore Alpha / Ignore_Alpha Boolean Off  
Log Verbosity / Log_Verbosity Choice Off

Off
Level 1
Level 2
Level 3