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```
# plot a function like y = sin(x) with Tkinter canvas and line
# tested with Python24 by vegaseat 25oct2006
from Tkinter import *
import math
root = Tk()
root.title("Simple plot using canvas and line")
width = 400
height = 300
center = height//2
x_increment = 1
# width stretch
x_factor = 0.04
# height stretch
y_amplitude = 80
c = Canvas(width=width, height=height, bg='white')
c.pack()
str1 = "sin(x)=blue cos(x)=red"
c.create_text(10, 20, anchor=SW, text=str1)
center_line = c.create_line(0, center, width, center, fill='green')
# create the coordinate list for the sin() curve, have to be integers
xy1 = []
for x in range(400):
# x coordinates
xy1.append(x * x_increment)
# y coordinates
xy1.append(int(math.sin(x * x_factor) * y_amplitude) + center)
sin_line = c.create_line(xy1, fill='blue')
# create the coordinate list for the cos() curve
xy2 = []
for x in range(400):
# x coordinates
xy2.append(x * x_increment)
# y coordinates
xy2.append(int(math.cos(x * x_factor) * y_amplitude) + center)
cos_line = c.create_line(xy2, fill='red')
root.mainloop()
```

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