Again one of these posts where I wonder how many people really need do to what I am about to explain, but who knows?

#### Let’s say you want to draw just the trigonometric circle and axes

- Copy the
**TrigAxes()**class from my GitHub notebook - Add the following code

# Create the trigonometric axis, you can change the figuresize axes = TrigAxes(figsize=(4,4)) # Just to plot the trigonometric axes axes.draw() # You can also save them as an image axes.draw(imgpath="trig_circle.png")

#### Now let’s say you also want to add angles

- Copy the
**TrigAxes()**and the**Angle()**class from my GitHub notebook - Add the following code

# Create the trigonometric axis axes = TrigAxes(figsize=(5,4)) # Add as many different angles as you like to the axes axes.addAngle(Angle(30, label='theta1 = 30', color='blue', linewidth=0.02)) axes.addAngle(Angle(-30, label='theta2 = -30', color='red', linewidth=0.02)) axes.draw(imgpath="circle_angles.png")

Not so bad, right? 🙂