This is perhaps my favourite version of the pi visuals I made purely because it actually uses pi in calculating how many dots will fit on each ring of the graphic.
- pi3.ndbx 6.1 KB
- pi.csv 770 KB
- pi3.pdf 1.63 MB
- pi_funcs.py 1.06 KB
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Support Staff 1 Posted by Frederik De Ble... on 01 Apr, 2015 04:53 AM
Nice! And still no pattern :-)
Support Staff 2 Posted by john on 01 Apr, 2015 06:03 AM
Cool! This is definitely my favorite of the three.
Support Staff 3 Posted by john on 02 Apr, 2015 11:50 PM
Just looked at this again. I really like it.
I see from your code that your sample circle has a total of 95 concentric rings, enough to completely fill the default 1000 x 1000 page size. But how many dots (equals digits of pi) does it have? I used a lookup to find the answer:
Since your csv file contains 100, 000 digits, you could make this circle significantly bigger if you wanted (say, for printing to a billboard somewhere). But 28 thousand is pretty impressive as is.