Pseudocolor image of the function f (x) = sin (x) +1. Using as a reference a scale of 190 RGB colors, a mathematical process of assigning color to the results of a complete cycle (2π) of the sine function was elaborated, drawing the color squares horizontally from left to right and from top to bottom. down. The graphs were assigned for the values close to zero and the roses to indicate the highest values of the function. The color sequence from the flat UI palette was used. If you follow the sequence from the left up in the horizontal direction, you will be able to recognize the pattern of the function that goes from value 1 to 2, then goes down to zero in the color black and goes back up to its value of one in the lower right corner with the same color as the start. it's like drawing the DNA of the functions.