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  1. Ok, I finally got it now, understanding transform: function compass(){ $angle = array(0,45,90,135,180,225,270,315); for ($i = 0; $i <= 7; $i++) { $a = $angle[$i]; $Ox1 = 50; $Oy1 = 50; $rad = 40; $x = 50 + round($rad*cos(deg2rad($a))); $y = 50 - round($rad*sin(deg2rad($a))); //echo 'x= '.$x.' | y= '.$y.'<= for angle '.$a.'<br>'; $html = '<line x1="'.$Ox1.'" y1="'.$Oy1.'" x2="'.$x.'" y2="'.$y.'" style="stroke:red;stroke-width:2"/>'; $html = $html++; echo $html; } } ?> <svg id="svgelem" height="100" xmlns="http://www.w3.org/2000/svg"> <
  2. I think I am getting there, I changed the origin to x=0 and y=max of the plot area and for negative values origins are x=max and y = max of the plot area (separate SVG graphic). Thanks for the math help and links. I do believe SVG is much easier.
  3. I have tasking to produce graphs that convert polar coordinates to x,y and spherical trig plots. Since GD and SVG origins are inverted or backwards from a normal xy graph, is there a way to convert xy to GD or SVG using math? The calculations to plot in normal xy are relatively easy and some have negative values but I am not having success at putting the output to a usable display. Any suggestions? <!DOCTYPE html> <head> <title>SVG</title> <meta charset="utf-8" /> </head> <body> <h2>HTML5 SVG Plot Polar to XY Line</h2> <?php $rad =
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