You'll need to generate points (probably in Excel) using the polar

equation r=a*e^(b*theta). You can then convert to Cartesion

coordinates ( x=r*cos(theta), y=r*sin(theta), z=0) and input them as a

curve in SW. Check the help file for the exact function to use and how

to format the data. I believe it's just a tab-delimited listing of

xyz coordinates.

equation r=a*e^(b*theta). You can then convert to Cartesion

coordinates ( x=r*cos(theta), y=r*sin(theta), z=0) and input them as a

curve in SW. Check the help file for the exact function to use and how

to format the data. I believe it's just a tab-delimited listing of

xyz coordinates.

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