Sun Path Diagram Maker
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The html code for embedding this file is:

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where str1, str2, and str3 are the labels for the summer, equinox, and winter sun paths, respectively. lat is the latitude for the stickfigure. initAlt and initAz are optional parameters that define the orientation of the celestial sphere on initialization.