When we plot(cos(theta),theta=0..2*Pi), theta vary from 0 to 2*Pi in the X axis and cos(theta) vary from -1 to 1 in the Y axis.
When we plot the function cos(theta) with polar coordinates as:
The X axis and Y axis varies from -6 to 6. These axis represent the function R+cos(theta).
Is it possible to remove theses axis which correspond to R+cos(theta) and replace them with new axis X and Y where origines are at the radius R.
From the polar plot, I want to get in the figure, 0 replaced by -3, 2 by -2 and 4 by -1, to get the variation of cos(theta) between -1 and 1.
I hope it is clear now.