I have been buffing up on some areas of Math that I felt rusty in. One of the tools I was using was my old TI-82 calculator I used in high school.
I even got the TI Connect software working where I could download screenshots, etc.
You can put in data sets (see screen cap below), and do some graphing and some statistical analysis.
However, mapping functions is a more straight forward use of the calculator. Which got me thinking… How does one do that in R?
I did a little digging. With the traditional R graphics and plotting functions, you would use curve() to draw a function. It works fine, but I like to use ggplot2 when I can.
Turns out ggplot2 supports this well. The following code sample maps the same functions I was mapping on the calculator (sin, cos, and tan from 0 to 2pi radians).
And the resulting graph is…