File:Sine wavelength.svg

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English: Plot of a sine wave, showing three pairs of corresponding points between which wavelength (lambda) can be measured.


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Dicklyon (Richard F. Lyon)


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Source (Asymptote)

import graph;
real f(real x) {
  return sin(2*pi*x);
string fmt(real x) {
  return "";
draw(graph(f, 0, 2, operator..), red);
yaxis("$y(x)$",Ticks(N=0,n=4,Step=1, ticklabel=fmt));
Label lambda=Label("$\lambda$",align=N,blue);
draw(L=lambda, (0.25, 1) -- (1.25, 1), blue, Arrows);
draw(L=lambda, (0.50, 0) -- (1.50, 0), blue, Arrows);
draw(L=lambda, (0.75,-1) -- (1.75,-1), blue, Arrows);

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current21:29, 27 January 2014Thumbnail for version as of 21:29, 27 January 2014600 × 300 (18 KB)Patrick87use generic axes labels (specification of wavelengths on a time or frequency axis as in previous version does not make sense)
20:54, 5 August 2013Thumbnail for version as of 20:54, 5 August 2013251 × 125 (25 KB)Glosser.caClearer markings, Asymptote source code
06:13, 2 July 2009Thumbnail for version as of 06:13, 2 July 2009512 × 356 (26 KB)Dicklyon{{Information |Description={{en|1=Plot of a sine wave, showing three pairs of corresponding points between which wavelength (lambda) can be measured.}} |Source=Own work by uploader |Author=Dicklyon (Richard F. Lyon) |Date=July 1 2009 |Pe
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