Our unique **parametric grapher** can draw **parametric curves** represented by `p(t)=`

in both Cartesian and polar coordinate systems, allowing for easy switching between the two..
**[f(t),g(t)]**

It also has the unique ability to graph these curves in **oblique coordinate systems**, where the axes can be freely rotated and angled.

## Animating Parametric Curves

This superior **Parametric Curve Grapher** introduces the most proper way to **graph parametric equations** in both **Cartesian** and **polar coordinate systems**. Specifically, it uses a sophisticated interactive **animation** method to draw **parametric graphs** on their specified domain.

Notably, when animating **polar parametric curves**, it has the distinct ability to **rotate radial axes**. In doing so, it shows the entire **rotating radial axes** marked with **radial distances**, making it easy to follow the animation. This is a feature that is only available in our **polar parametric equations grapher**.

*You can watch the parametric graphing process in both Cartesian and polar coordinate systems by running the animation feature as described below*.

**Lines**

**Circles**

**Ellipses**

**Parabolas**

**Hyperbolas**

**Other parametric graphs**

**Butterfly curve**

**Lines**

**Circles**

**Spirals**

**Roses**

**Ellipses**

**Parabolas**

**Hyperbolas**

**Cardioids**

**Limacons**

**Lemniscates**

**Other parametric graphs**

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