Now a question: is there a reason why the argument order for
> polar plotting is (theta, r)? In thinking about polar
> coordinates, I always think of them in the reverse order (r,
> theta), and I think this is the way I have always seen polar
> coordinates in math and physics books.
I can't remember a reason if there was one, and now that I think about
it your way probably makes more sense. But is it worth breaking