Ok. First thing I learned: I can make this go on forever by using a combination of ABSOLUTE and RELATIVE coordinates. That might mean something, I dunno :)

Ok. First thing I learned: I can make this go on forever by using a combination of ABSOLUTE and RELATIVE coordinates. That might mean something, I dunno :)abs_r

 

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Ok got back to it. So now I got this, which I could fill the whole spreadsheet with if I wanted.

fwwfwwww

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Plotted on rows looks cool.

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ok3

 

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Plotted on columns looks cool.

ok4

I could try to hang it all from the 0 like a baby mobile and see what happens. Not sure how yet but I’ll try.

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There we go. What a pain. There”s a name for this. Hm…

trian-ma

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Oddly, when I transpose that, I get this weird thing:

 
weird

how pretty.  pinwheel thing.

winsh

So many ways

dtaz
Triangular array

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Ah it’s “active transformation”

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Active_and_passive_transformation

 

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“Change of Basis”. Got it.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Linear_map

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…I think. I know it needs a coordinate system to be fixed (spreadsheet in this case), it’s 2D, and at 45 degrees clockwise.

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