Difference between revisions of "Bezier curves"

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col = 'red';  
 
col = 'red';  
p.push(brd.createElement('point',[2,-0.5],{strokeColor:col,fillColor:col,name:(p.length+)1}));    // data point
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p.push(brd.createElement('point',[2,-0.5],{strokeColor:col,fillColor:col,name:(p.length+1)}));    // data point
  
 
var c = brd.createElement('curve', JXG.Math.Numerics.bezier(p),  
 
var c = brd.createElement('curve', JXG.Math.Numerics.bezier(p),  

Revision as of 09:15, 29 September 2009

The red points are connected by a cubic Bezier curve. The blue points are the control points.

The underlying JavaScript code

var brd = JXG.JSXGraph.initBoard('jxgbox',{boundingbox:[-4,4,4,-4],keepaspectratio:true,axis:true});

var p = [];

col = 'red'; 
p.push(brd.createElement('point',[2,1],{strokeColor:col,fillColor:col}));        // data point
col = 'blue'; 
p.push(brd.createElement('point',[0.75,2.5],{strokeColor:col,fillColor:col}));   // control point
p.push(brd.createElement('point',[-0.3,0.3],{strokeColor:col,fillColor:col}));   // control point

col = 'red'; 
p.push(brd.createElement('point',[-3,1],{strokeColor:col,fillColor:col}));       // data point
col = 'blue'; 
p.push(brd.createElement('point',[-0.75,-2.5],{strokeColor:col,fillColor:col})); // control point
p.push(brd.createElement('point',[1.5,-2.8],{strokeColor:col,fillColor:col}));   // control point

col = 'red'; 
p.push(brd.createElement('point',[2,-0.5],{strokeColor:col,fillColor:col}));     // data point

var c = brd.createElement('curve', JXG.Math.Numerics.bezier(p), {strokecolor:'blue', strokeOpacity:0.6, strokeWidth:5});