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How to add shapes equidistantly along a curved path in Inkscape

The 'Extensions → Modify Path → Add Nodes...' extension lets you divide curves into any number of nodes. You can even specify a desired segment length instead of number of divisions. Keep in mind that ...
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How to draw a full rose curve using function plotter in inkscape

You seem to want a polar plot. X means the angle and Y means the radius. The angle covers a single turn (that's exactly 2Pi radians) if the X range is from 0 to 1 and option X is multiplied by 2Pi is ...
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Ps: How to get Appearance params for a path created using the Pen Tool?

Yes, but you can forget the Properties panel. It's of no use here (as far as I can tell). I almost never use this panel. It's a fairly recent addition to Photoshop, probably still has teething ...
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How to add shapes equidistantly along a curved path in Inkscape

If your goal is to add shapes, then it's possible to do this without adding any nodes. You could use the Pattern Along a Path LPE. Basically, set the Pattern Copies to Repeated Stretched, then you can ...
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