Strings are locates with as many optional transformations as you want.
Here's an example of a Locate (including axis for reference:
... going through various transformations:
Reverse the locate line vertically to get it's mirror image.
Reverse the locate line horizontally, so that it's upside-down.
- Rotate 90°
Rotate the line 90° clockwise.
- Rotate 180°
Rotate the line 180° clockwise (half-way around).
- Rotate 270°
Rotate the line 270° clockwise (or 90° counter-clockwise).
Multiply each point on the line by the value entered in the Factor field and then the resulting line is fitted back into its axis.
Exponentialize each point on the line by the value entered in the Factor field (each point is put to a power of the factor field) and then the resulting line is fitted back into its axis.
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