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Biorhythms

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Task
Biorhythms
You are encouraged to solve this task according to the task description, using any language you may know.

For a while in the late 70s, the pseudoscience of biorhythms was popular enough to rival astrology, with kiosks in malls that would give you your weekly printout. It was also a popular entry in "Things to Do with your Pocket Calculator" lists. You can read up on the history at Wikipedia, but the main takeaway is that unlike astrology, the math behind biorhythms is dead simple.

It's based on the number of days since your birth. The premise is that three cycles of unspecified provenance govern certain aspects of everyone's lives – specifically, how they're feeling physically, emotionally, and mentally. The best part is that not only do these cycles somehow have the same respective lengths for all humans of any age, gender, weight, genetic background, etc, but those lengths are an exact number of days! And the pattern is in each case a perfect sine curve. Absolutely miraculous!

To compute your biorhythmic profile for a given day, the first thing you need is the number of days between that day and your birth, so the answers in Days between dates are probably a good starting point. (Strictly speaking, the biorhythms start at 0 at the moment of your birth, so if you know time of day you can narrow things down further, but in general these operate at whole-day granularity.) Then take the residue of that day count modulo each of the the cycle lengths to calculate where the day falls on each of the three sinusoidal journeys.

The three cycles and their lengths are as follows:

Cycle Length
Physical 23 days
Emotional 28 days
Mental 33 days

The first half of each cycle is in "plus" territory, with a peak at the quarter-way point; the second half in "minus" territory, with a valley at the three-quarters mark. You can calculate a specific value between -1 and +1 for the kth day of an n-day cycle by computing sin( 2πk / n ). The days where a cycle crosses the axis in either direction are called "critical" days, although with a cycle value of 0 they're also said to be the most neutral, which seems contradictory.

The task: write a subroutine, function, or program that will, given a birthdate and a target date, output the three biorhythmic values for the day. You may optionally include a text description of the position and the trend (e.g. "up and rising", "peak", "up but falling", "critical", "down and falling", "valley", "down but rising"), an indication of the date on which the next notable event (peak, valley, or crossing) falls, or even a graph of the cycles around the target date. Demonstrate the functionality for dates of your choice.

Example run of my Raku implementation:

raku br.raku 1943-03-09 1972-07-11
Output:
Day 10717:
Physical day 22: -27% (down but rising, next transition 1972-07-12)
Emotional day 21: valley
Mental day 25: valley

Double valley! This was apparently not a good day for Mr. Fischer to begin a chess tournament...

Factor[edit]

USING: calendar calendar.parser formatting io kernel math
math.constants math.functions ;
 
: days-between ( ymd-str ymd-str -- n )
[ ymd>timestamp ] [email protected] time- duration>days abs ;
 
: trend ( pos len -- str ) / 4 * floor 3 divisor? "↑" "↓" ? ;
 
: percent ( pos len -- x ) [ 2pi * ] [ / sin 100 * ] bi* ;
 
: .day ( days cycle-length day-type -- )
write [ mod ] keep [ drop ] [ percent ] [ trend ] 2tri
" day %d: %.1f%%%s\n" printf ;
 
: .biorhythm ( ymd-str ymd-str -- )
2dup "Born %s, Target %s\n" printf days-between dup
"Day %d\n" printf
[ 23 "Physical" .day ]
[ 28 "Emotional" .day ]
[ 33 "Mental" .day ] tri ;
 
"1809-02-12" "1863-11-19" .biorhythm
Output:
Born 1809-02-12, Target 1863-11-19
Day 20003
Physical day 16: -94.2%↓
Emotional day 11: 62.3%↓
Mental day 5: 81.5%↑

Go[edit]

Translation of: Wren
package main
 
import (
"fmt"
"log"
"math"
"time"
)
 
const layout = "2006-01-02" // template for time.Parse
 
var cycles = [3]string{"Physical day ", "Emotional day", "Mental day "}
var lengths = [3]int{23, 28, 33}
var quadrants = [4][2]string{
{"up and rising", "peak"},
{"up but falling", "transition"},
{"down and falling", "valley"},
{"down but rising", "transition"},
}
 
func check(err error) {
if err != nil {
log.Fatal(err)
}
}
 
// Parameters assumed to be in YYYY-MM-DD format.
func biorhythms(birthDate, targetDate string) {
bd, err := time.Parse(layout, birthDate)
check(err)
td, err := time.Parse(layout, targetDate)
check(err)
days := int(td.Sub(bd).Hours() / 24)
fmt.Printf("Born %s, Target %s\n", birthDate, targetDate)
fmt.Println("Day", days)
for i := 0; i < 3; i++ {
length := lengths[i]
cycle := cycles[i]
position := days % length
quadrant := position * 4 / length
percent := math.Sin(2 * math.Pi * float64(position) / float64(length))
percent = math.Floor(percent*1000) / 10
descript := ""
if percent > 95 {
descript = " peak"
} else if percent < -95 {
descript = " valley"
} else if math.Abs(percent) < 5 {
descript = " critical transition"
} else {
daysToAdd := (quadrant+1)*length/4 - position
transition := td.Add(time.Hour * 24 * time.Duration(daysToAdd))
trend := quadrants[quadrant][0]
next := quadrants[quadrant][1]
transStr := transition.Format(layout)
descript = fmt.Sprintf("%5.1f%% (%s, next %s %s)", percent, trend, next, transStr)
}
fmt.Printf("%s %2d : %s\n", cycle, position, descript)
}
fmt.Println()
}
 
func main() {
datePairs := [][2]string{
{"1943-03-09", "1972-07-11"},
{"1809-01-12", "1863-11-19"},
{"1809-02-12", "1863-11-19"}, // correct DOB for Abraham Lincoln
}
for _, datePair := range datePairs {
biorhythms(datePair[0], datePair[1])
}
}
Output:
Born 1943-03-09, Target 1972-07-11
Day 10717
Physical day  22 : -27.0% (down but rising, next transition 1972-07-12)
Emotional day 21 :  valley
Mental day    25 :  valley

Born 1809-01-12, Target 1863-11-19
Day 20034
Physical day   1 :  26.9% (up and rising, next peak 1863-11-23)
Emotional day 14 :  critical transition
Mental day     3 :  54.0% (up and rising, next peak 1863-11-24)

Born 1809-02-12, Target 1863-11-19
Day 20003
Physical day  16 : -94.3% (down and falling, next valley 1863-11-20)
Emotional day 11 :  62.3% (up but falling, next transition 1863-11-22)
Mental day     5 :  81.4% (up and rising, next peak 1863-11-22)


Julia[edit]

Translation of: Raku
using Dates
 
const cycles = ["Physical" => 23, "Emotional" => 28,"Mental" => 33]
const quadrants = [("up and rising", "peak"), ("up but falling", "transition"),
("down and falling", "valley"), ("down but rising", "transition")]
 
function tellfortune(birthday::Date, date = today())
days = (date - birthday).value
target = (date - Date(0)).value
println("Born $birthday, target date $date\nDay $days:")
for (label, length) in cycles
position = days % length
quadrant = Int(floor((4 * position) / length)) + 1
percentage = round(100 * sinpi(2 * position / length), digits=1)
transition = target - position + (length * quadrant) ÷ 4
trend, next = quadrants[quadrant]
description = (percentage > 95) ? "peak" :
(percentage < -95) ? "valley" :
(abs(percentage) < 5) ? "critical transition" :
"$percentage% ($trend, next $next $(Date(0) + Dates.Day(transition)))"
println("$label day $position: $description")
end
println()
end
 
tellfortune(Date("1943-03-09"), Date("1972-07-11"))
tellfortune(Date("1809-01-12"), Date("1863-11-19"))
tellfortune(Date("1809-02-12"), Date("1863-11-19"))
 
Output:
Born 1943-03-09, target date 1972-07-11
Day 10717:
Physical day 22: -27.0% (down but rising, next transition 1972-07-12)
Emotional day 21: valley
Mental day 25: valley

Born 1809-01-12, target date 1863-11-19
Day 20034:
Physical day 1: 27.0% (up and rising, next peak 1863-11-23)
Emotional day 14: critical transition
Mental day 3: 54.1% (up and rising, next peak 1863-11-24)

Born 1809-02-12, target date 1863-11-19
Day 20003:
Physical day 16: -94.2% (down and falling, next valley 1863-11-20)
Emotional day 11: 62.3% (up but falling, next transition 1863-11-22)
Mental day 5: 81.5% (up and rising, next peak 1863-11-22)

Nim[edit]

Translation of: Go
import math
import strformat
import times
 
type Cycle {.pure.} = enum Physical, Emotional, Mental
 
const
 
Lengths: array[Cycle, int] = [23, 28, 33]
 
Quadrants = [("up and rising", "peak"),
("up but falling", "transition"),
("down and falling", "valley"),
("down but rising", "transition")]
 
DateFormat = "YYYY-MM-dd"
 
#---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
 
proc biorythms(birthDate: DateTime; targetDate: DateTime = now()) =
## Display biorythms data. Arguments are DateTime values.
 
echo fmt"Born {birthDate.format(DateFormat)}, target date {targetDate.format(DateFormat)}"
let days = (targetDate - birthDate).inDays
echo "Day ", days
 
for cycle, length in Lengths:
 
let position = int(days mod length)
let quadrant = int(4 * position / length)
let percentage = round(100 * sin(2 * PI * (position / length)), 1)
 
var description: string
if percentage > 95:
description = "peak"
elif percentage < -95:
description = "valley"
elif abs(percentage) < 5:
description = "critical transition"
else:
let (trend, next) = Quadrants[quadrant]
let transition = targetDate + initDuration(days = (quadrant + 1) * length div 4 - position)
description = fmt"{percentage}% ({trend}, next {next} {transition.format(DateFormat)})"
 
echo fmt"{cycle} day {position}: {description}"
 
echo ""
 
#---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
 
proc biorythms(birthDate, targetDate = "") =
## Display biorythms data. Arguments are strings in ISO format year-month-day.
let date = if targetDate.len == 0: now() else: targetDate.parse(DateFormat)
biorythms(birthDate.parse(DateFormat), date)
 
#———————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————
 
when isMainModule:
 
biorythms("1943-03-09", "1972-07-11")
biorythms("1809-01-12", "1863-11-19")
biorythms("1809-02-12", "1863-11-19")
Output:
Born 1943-03-09, target date 1972-07-11
Day 10717
Physical day 22: -27.0% (down but rising, next transition 1972-07-12)
Emotional day 21: valley
Mental day 25: valley

Born 1809-01-12, target date 1863-11-19
Day 20034
Physical day 1: 27.0% (up and rising, next peak 1863-11-23)
Emotional day 14: critical transition
Mental day 3: 54.1% (up and rising, next peak 1863-11-24)

Born 1809-02-12, target date 1863-11-19
Day 20003
Physical day 16: -94.2% (down and falling, next valley 1863-11-20)
Emotional day 11: 62.3% (up but falling, next transition 1863-11-22)
Mental day 5: 81.5% (up and rising, next peak 1863-11-22)

Perl[edit]

Translation of: Raku
use strict;
use warnings;
use DateTime;
 
use constant PI => 2 * atan2(1, 0);
 
my %cycles = ( 'Physical' => 23, 'Emotional' => 28, 'Mental' => 33 );
my @Q = ( ['up and rising', 'peak'],
['up but falling', 'transition'],
['down and falling', 'valley'],
['down but rising', 'transition']
);
 
my $target = DateTime->new(year=>1863, month=>11, day=>19);
my $bday = DateTime->new(year=>1809, month=> 2, day=>12);
 
my $days = $bday->delta_days( $target )->in_units('days');
 
print "Day $days:\n";
for my $label (sort keys %cycles) {
my($length) = $cycles{$label};
my $position = $days % $length;
my $quadrant = int $position / $length * 4;
my $percentage = int(sin($position / $length * 2 * PI )*1000)/10;
my $description;
if ( $percentage > 95) { $description = 'peak' }
elsif ( $percentage < -95) { $description = 'valley' }
elsif (abs($percentage) < 5) { $description = 'critical transition' }
else {
my $transition = $target->clone->add( days => (int(($quadrant + 1)/4 * $length) - $position))->ymd;
my ($trend, $next) = @{$Q[$quadrant]};
$description = sprintf "%5.1f%% ($trend, next $next $transition)", $percentage;
}
printf "%-13s %2d: %s", "$label day\n", $position, $description;
}
Output:
Day 20003:
Emotional day 11:  62.3% (up but falling, next transition 1863-11-22)
Mental day     5:  81.4% (up and rising, next peak 1863-11-22)
Physical day  16: -94.2% (down and falling, next valley 1863-11-20)

Phix[edit]

Translation of: Wren
include timedate.e
 
constant cycles = {"Physical day ", "Emotional day", "Mental day "},
lengths = {23, 28, 33},
quadrants = {{"up and rising", "peak"},
{"up but falling", "transition"},
{"down and falling", "valley"},
{"down but rising", "transition"}}
 
procedure biorhythms(string birthDate, targetDate)
timedate bd = parse_date_string(birthDate,{"YYYY-MM-DD"}),
td = parse_date_string(targetDate,{"YYYY-MM-DD"})
integer days = floor(timedate_diff(bd, td, DT_DAY)/(60*60*24))
printf(1,"Born %s, Target %s\n",{birthDate,targetDate})
printf(1,"Day %d\n",days)
for i=1 to 3 do
integer len = lengths[i],
posn = remainder(days,len),
quadrant = floor(posn/len*4)+1
atom percent = floor(sin(2*PI*posn/len)*1000)/10
string cycle = cycles[i],
desc = iff(percent>95 ? " peak" :
iff(percent<-95 ? " valley" :
iff(abs(percent)<5 ? " critical transition" : "other")))
if desc == "other" then
timedate t = adjust_timedate(td,timedelta(days:=floor(quadrant/4*len)-posn))
string transition = format_timedate(t,"YYYY-MM-DD"),
{trend,next} = quadrants[quadrant]
desc = sprintf("%5.1f%% (%s, next %s %s)", {percent, trend, next, transition})
end if
printf(1,"%s %2d : %s\n", {cycle, posn, desc})
end for
printf(1,"\n")
end procedure
 
constant datePairs = {
{"1943-03-09", "1972-07-11"},
{"1809-01-12", "1863-11-19"},
{"1809-02-12", "1863-11-19"} // correct DOB for Abraham Lincoln
}
for i=1 to length(datePairs) do biorhythms(datePairs[i][1], datePairs[i][2]) end for
Output:
Born 1943-03-09, Target 1972-07-11
Day 10717
Physical day  22 : -27.0% (down but rising, next transition 1972-07-12)
Emotional day 21 :  valley
Mental day    25 :  valley

Born 1809-01-12, Target 1863-11-19
Day 20034
Physical day   1 :  26.9% (up and rising, next peak 1863-11-23)
Emotional day 14 :  critical transition
Mental day     3 :  54.0% (up and rising, next peak 1863-11-24)

Born 1809-02-12, Target 1863-11-19
Day 20003
Physical day  16 : -94.3% (down and falling, next valley 1863-11-20)
Emotional day 11 :  62.3% (up but falling, next transition 1863-11-22)
Mental day     5 :  81.4% (up and rising, next peak 1863-11-22)

R[edit]

Also creates a plot showing past and future 30-day cycles

bioR <- function(bDay, targetDay) {
bDay <- as.Date(bDay)
targetDay <- as.Date(targetDay)
n <- as.numeric(targetDay - bDay)
 
cycles <- c(23, 28, 33)
mods <- n %% cycles
bioR <- c(sin(2 * pi * mods / cycles))
loc <- mods / cycles
current <- ifelse(bioR > 0, ': Up', ': Down')
current <- paste(current, ifelse(loc < 0.25 | loc > 0.75,
"and rising",
"and falling"))
 
df <- data.frame(dates = seq.Date(from = targetDay - 30,
to = targetDay + 30,
by = 1))
df$n <- as.numeric(df$dates - bDay)
df$P <- sin(2 * pi * (df$n %% cycles[1]) / cycles[1])
df$E <- sin(2 * pi * (df$n %% cycles[2]) / cycles[2])
df$M <- sin(2 * pi * (df$n %% cycles[3]) / cycles[3])
 
plot(df$dates, df$P, col = 'blue',
main = paste(targetDay, 'Biorhythm for Birthday on', bDay),
xlab = "",
ylab = "Intensity")
points(df$dates, df$E, col = 'green')
points(df$dates, df$M, col = 'red')
abline(v = targetDay)
legend('topleft', legend = c("Phys", "Emot", "Ment"),
col =c("blue", "green", "red"),
cex = 0.8,
pch = 21)
 
cat(paste0('Birthday = ', as.character(bDay),
'\nTarget Date = ', as.character(targetDay),
'\n', n, ' days',
'\nPhysical = ', mods[1], current[1],
'\nEmotional = ', mods[2], current[2],
'\nMental = ', mods[3], current[3]))
}
 
bioR('1943-03-09', '1972-07-11')
Output:
Birthday = 1943-03-09
Target Date = 1972-07-11
10717 days
Physical = 22: Down and rising
Emotional = 21: Down and falling
Mental = 25: Down and rising

Raku[edit]

#!/usr/bin/env raku
my %cycles = ( :23Physical, :28Emotional, :33Mental );
my @quadrants = [ ('up and rising', 'peak'),
('up but falling', 'transition'),
('down and falling', 'valley'),
('down but rising', 'transition') ];
 
sub MAIN($birthday, $date = Date.today()) {
if !$birthday {
die "Birthday not specified.\n" ~
"Supply --birthday option or set \$BIRTHDAY in environment.\n";
}
 
my ($bday, $target) = ($birthday, $date).map: { Date.new($_) };
my $days = $target - $bday;
 
say "Day $days:";
for %cycles.sort(+*.value)».kv -> ($label, $length) {
my $position = $days % $length;
my $quadrant = floor($position / $length * 4);
my $percentage = floor(sin($position / $length * 2 * π )*1000)/10;
my $description;
if $percentage > 95 {
$description = 'peak';
} elsif $percentage < -95 {
$description = 'valley';
} elsif abs($percentage) < 5 {
$description = 'critical transition'
} else {
my $transition = $target + floor(($quadrant + 1)/4 * $length) - $position;
my ($trend, $next) = @quadrants[$quadrant];
$description = "$percentage% ($trend, next $next $transition)";
}
say "$label day $position: $description";
}
}
Output:
$ br 1809-01-12 1863-11-19
Day 20034:
Physical day 1: 26.9% (up and rising, next peak 1863-11-23)
Emotional day 14: critical transition
Mental day 3: 54% (up and rising, next peak 1863-11-24)

REXX[edit]

The   daysbet2   (REXX program) is used   (invoked on line 3 of this program)   to calculate the number of days between two dates,
where the dates can be in several formats:

       ,            (a comma)        indicates today's date
       *            (an asterisk)    indicates today's date 
       yyyy-mm-dd   where yyyy may be a 2- or 4-digit year, mm may be a 1- or 2-digit month, dd may be a 1- or 2-digit day of month
       mm/dd/yyyy   (as above)
       mm/dd        (as above),  but the current year is assumed
       dd\mm\yyyy   (as above)
       dd\mm        (as above),  but the current year is assumed

It is usual to use the birth date of a person.

/*REXX pgm shows the states of a person's biorhythms (physical, emotional, intellectual)*/
parse arg birthdate targetDate . /*obtain one or two dates from the C.L.*/
days= daysbet2(birthdate targetDate) /*invoke the 2nd version of a REXX pgm.*/
if days==0 then do; say; say 'The two dates specified are exacty the same.'; exit 1
end
cycles= 'physical emotional intellectual' /*the names of each biorhythm cycle*/
cycle = 'negative neutral positive' /* " states of " " " */
@.1= 23; @.2= 28; @.3= 33 /* " # of days in " " " */
pid2= pi() * 2 * days /*calculate pi * t * number─of─days. */
 
do j=1 for 3
state= 2 + sign( sin( pid2 / @.j) ) /*obtain state for each biorhythm cycle*/
say 'biorhythm for the' right(word(cycles,j),12) "cycle is" word(cycle, state)
end /*j*/ /* [↑] get state for each biorhythm. */
exit 0 /*stick a fork in it, we're all done. */
/*──────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────*/
pi: pi= 3.1415926535897932384626433832795028841971693993751058209749445923078; return pi
r2r: return arg(1) // (pi() * 2) /*normalize radians ──► a unit circle. */
/*──────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────*/
sin: procedure; parse arg x; x= r2r(x); _= x; numeric fuzz min(5, max(1, digits() -3))
if x=pi * .5 then return 1; if x==pi*1.5 then return -1
if abs(x)=pi | x=0 then return 0; q= x*x; z= x
do k=2 by 2 until p=z; p= z; _= -_ *q/(k*k+k); z= z+_; end; return z
output   when using the input of:     6/9/1946

Note:   today's date is being used,   today is the 6th of September, 2020.

biorhythm for the     physical cycle is positive
biorhythm for the    emotional cycle is neutral
biorhythm for the intellectual cycle is negative

Ruby[edit]

require 'date'
CYCLES = {physical: 23, emotional: 28, mental: 33}
 
def biorhythms(date_of_birth, target_date = Date.today.to_s)
days_alive = Date.parse(target_date) - Date.parse(date_of_birth)
CYCLES.each do |name, num_days|
cycle_day = days_alive % num_days
state = case cycle_day
when 0, num_days/2 then "neutral"
when (1.. num_days/2) then "positive"
when (num_days/2+1..num_days) then "negative"
end
puts "%-10s: cycle day %2s, %s" % [name, cycle_day.to_i, state]
end
end
 
biorhythms("1943-03-09", "1972-07-11")
 
Output:
physical  : cycle day 22, negative
emotional : cycle day 21, negative
mental    : cycle day 25, negative

Tcl[edit]

Works with: Wish

A graphing version using Tcl+Tk:

#!/usr/bin/env wish
# Biorhythm calculator
set today [clock format [clock seconds] -format %Y-%m-%d ]
proc main [list birthday [list target $today]] {
set day [days-between $birthday $target]
 
array set cycles {
Physical {23 red}
Emotional {28 green}
Mental {33 blue}
}
 
set pi [expr atan2(0,-1)]
 
canvas .c -width 306 -height 350 -bg black
.c create rectangle 4 49 306 251 -outline grey
.c create line 5 150 305 150 -fill grey
.c create line 145 50 145 250 -fill cyan
.c create text 145 15 -text "$target" -fill cyan
.c create text 145 30 -text "(Day $day)" -fill cyan
set ly 305
foreach {name data} [array get cycles] {
lassign $data length color
.c create text 60 $ly -anchor nw -text $name -fill $color
set pos [expr $day % $length]
for {set dd -14} {$dd <= 16} {incr dd} {
set d [expr $pos + $dd]
set x [expr 145 + 10 * $dd]
.c create line $x 145 $x 155 -fill grey
set v [expr sin(2*$pi*$d/$length)]
set y [expr 150 - 100 * $v]
if {$dd == 0} {
.c create text 10 $ly -anchor nw \
-text "[format %+04.1f%% [expr $v * 100]]" -fill $color
}
if [info exists ox] {
.c create line $ox $oy $x $y -fill $color
}
set ox $x
set oy $y
}
unset ox oy
set ly [expr $ly - 25]
}
pack .c
}
 
proc days-between {from to} {
expr int([rd $to] - [rd $from])
}
 
# parse an (ISO-formatted) date into a day number
proc rd {date} {
lassign [scan $date %d-%d-%d] year month day
set elapsed [expr $year - 1]
expr {$elapsed * 365 +
floor($elapsed/4) -
floor($elapsed/100) +
floor($elapsed/400) +
floor( (367*$month-362)/12 ) +
($month < 3 ? 0 : ([is-leap $year] ? -1 : -2)) +
$day}
}
 
proc is-leap {year} {
expr {$year % 4 == 0 && ($year % 100 || $year % 400 == 0)}
}
 
main {*}$argv
Output:
Output of
wish br.wish 1809-02-12 1863-11-19
- Lincoln's biorhythms at Gettysburg:

https://i.imgur.com/U2izZOM.png

VBA[edit]

Translation of: Wren
Function Biorhythm(Birthdate As Date, Targetdate As Date) As String
 
'Jagged Array
TextArray = Array(Array("up and rising", "peak"), Array("up but falling", "transition"), Array("down and falling", "valley"), Array("down but rising", "transition"))
 
DaysBetween = Targetdate - Birthdate
 
positionP = DaysBetween Mod 23
positionE = DaysBetween Mod 28
positionM = DaysBetween Mod 33
 
'return the positions - just to return something
Biorhythm = CStr(positionP) & "/" & CStr(positionE) & "/" & CStr(positionM)
 
quadrantP = Int(4 * positionP / 23)
quadrantE = Int(4 * positionE / 28)
quadrantM = Int(4 * positionM / 33)
 
percentageP = Round(100 * Sin(2 * WorksheetFunction.Pi * (positionP / 23)), 1)
percentageE = Round(100 * Sin(2 * WorksheetFunction.Pi * (positionE / 28)), 1)
percentageM = Round(100 * Sin(2 * WorksheetFunction.Pi * (positionM / 33)), 1)
 
transitionP = Targetdate + WorksheetFunction.Floor((quadrantP + 1) / 4 * 23, 1) - positionP
transitionE = Targetdate + WorksheetFunction.Floor((quadrantE + 1) / 4 * 28, 1) - positionE
transitionM = Targetdate + WorksheetFunction.Floor((quadrantM + 1) / 4 * 33, 1) - positionM
 
Select Case True
Case percentageP > 95
textP = "Physical day " & positionP & " : " & "peak"
Case percentageP < -95
textP = "Physical day " & positionP & " : " & "valley"
Case percentageP < 5 And percentageP > -5
textP = "Physical day " & positionP & " : " & "critical transition"
Case Else
textP = "Physical day " & positionP & " : " & percentageP & "% (" & TextArray(quadrantP)(0) & ", next " & TextArray(quadrantP)(1) & " " & transitionP & ")"
End Select
 
Select Case True
Case percentageE > 95
textE = "Emotional day " & positionE & " : " & "peak"
Case percentageE < -95
textE = "Emotional day " & positionE & " : " & "valley"
Case percentageE < 5 And percentageE > -5
textE = "Emotional day " & positionE & " : " & "critical transition"
Case Else
textE = "Emotional day " & positionE & " : " & percentageE & "% (" & TextArray(quadrantE)(0) & ", next " & TextArray(quadrantE)(1) & " " & transitionE & ")"
End Select
 
Select Case True
Case percentageM > 95
textM = "Mental day " & positionM & " : " & "peak"
Case percentageM < -95
textM = "Mental day " & positionM & " : " & "valley"
Case percentageM < 5 And percentageM > -5
textM = "Mental day " & positionM & " : " & "critical transition"
Case Else
textM = "Mental day " & positionM & " : " & percentageM & "% (" & TextArray(quadrantM)(0) & ", next " & TextArray(quadrantM)(1) & " " & transitionM & ")"
End Select
 
Header1Text = "Born " & Birthdate & ", Target " & Targetdate
Header2Text = "Day " & DaysBetween
 
'Print Result
Debug.Print Header1Text
Debug.Print Header2Text
Debug.Print textP
Debug.Print textE
Debug.Print textM
Debug.Print ""
 
End Function
Output:
Born 09.03.1943, Target 11.07.1972
Day 10717
Physical day 22 : -27% (down but rising, next transition 12.07.1972)
Emotional day 21 : valley
Mental day 25 : valley

Born 12.02.1809, Target 19.11.1863
Day 20003
Physical day 16 : -94.2% (down and falling, next valley 20.11.1863)
Emotional day 11 : 62.3% (up but falling, next transition 22.11.1863)
Mental day 5 : 81.5% (up and rising, next peak 22.11.1863)

Born 12.01.1809, Target 19.11.1863
Day 20034
Physical day 1 : 27% (up and rising, next peak 23.11.1863)
Emotional day 14 : critical transition
Mental day 3 : 54.1% (up and rising, next peak 24.11.1863)

Wren[edit]

Translation of: Raku
Library: Wren-date
Library: Wren-fmt
import "/date" for Date
import "/fmt" for Fmt
 
var cycles = ["Physical day ", "Emotional day", "Mental day "]
var lengths = [23, 28, 33]
var quadrants = [
["up and rising", "peak"],
["up but falling", "transition"],
["down and falling", "valley"],
["down but rising", "transition"]
]
 
var biorhythms = Fn.new { |birthDate, targetDate|
var bd = Date.parse(birthDate)
var td = Date.parse(targetDate)
var days = (td - bd).days
Date.default = Date.isoDate
System.print("Born %(birthDate), Target %(targetDate)")
System.print("Day %(days)")
for (i in 0..2) {
var length = lengths[i]
var cycle = cycles[i]
var position = days % length
var quadrant = (position / length * 4).floor
var percent = ((2 * Num.pi * position / length).sin * 1000).floor / 10
var descript = (percent > 95) ? " peak" :
(percent < -95) ? " valley" :
(percent.abs < 5) ? " critical transition" : "other"
if (descript == "other") {
var transition = td.addDays(((quadrant + 1) / 4 * length).floor - position)
var tn = quadrants[quadrant]
var trend = tn[0]
var next = tn[1]
descript = Fmt.swrite("$5.1f\% ($s, next $s $s)", percent, trend, next, transition)
}
Fmt.print("$s $2d : $s", cycle, position, descript)
}
System.print()
}
 
var datePairs = [
["1943-03-09", "1972-07-11"],
["1809-01-12", "1863-11-19"],
["1809-02-12", "1863-11-19"] // correct DOB for Abraham Lincoln
]
for (datePair in datePairs) biorhythms.call(datePair[0], datePair[1])
Output:
Born 1943-03-09, Target 1972-07-11
Day 10717
Physical day  22 : -27.0% (down but rising, next transition 1972-07-12)
Emotional day 21 :  valley
Mental day    25 :  valley

Born 1809-01-12, Target 1863-11-19
Day 20034
Physical day   1 :  26.9% (up and rising, next peak 1863-11-23)
Emotional day 14 :  critical transition
Mental day     3 :  54.0% (up and rising, next peak 1863-11-24)

Born 1809-02-12, Target 1863-11-19
Day 20003
Physical day  16 : -94.3% (down and falling, next valley 1863-11-20)
Emotional day 11 :  62.3% (up but falling, next transition 1863-11-22)
Mental day     5 :  81.4% (up and rising, next peak 1863-11-22)