## jQuery elastic easing equation

How can I modify this jQuery easing function to produce a less exaggerated bounce?

``````\$.easing.easeOutElasticSingleBounce = function (x, t, b, c, d) {
var s=1.70158;var p=0;var a=c;
if (t==0) return b;  if ((t/=d)==1) return b+c;  if (!p) p=d*.3;
if (a < Math.abs(c)) { a=c; var s=p/4; }
else var s = p/(2*Math.PI) * Math.asin (c/a);
return a*Math.pow(2,-10*t) * Math.sin( (t*d-s)*(2*Math.PI)/p ) + c + b;
};
``````

I'm looking to produce an easing function that emulates this:

http://sandbox.scriptiny.com/tinyslider2/

tinyslider2 uses a similar function that looks something like this:

``````new Function(this.n+'.slide('+(i==1?t+(12*d):t+(4*d))+','+(i==1?(-1*d):(-1*d))+','+(i==1?2:3)+','+a+')')
``````

But I can't seem to get my head around the math today to fit tinyslider2 equation into the jQuery easing format. If someone can show me an example, I would appreciate it very much.

UPDATE

This equation is very close:

``````\$.easing.custom = function (x, t, b, c, d) {
var s = 1.70158;
if ((t/=d/2) < 1) return c/2*(t*t*(((s*=(1.525))+1)*t - s)) + b;
return c/2*((t-=2)*t*(((s*=(1.525))+1)*t + s) + 2) + b;
}
``````

I just need only the ending bounce without the beginning bounce.

http://timotheegroleau.com/Flash/experiments/easing_function_generator.htm allows you to visually create an easing function. If you toggle the F5/FMX radio button in the top right, it gives the output in JavaScript.

Without knowing exactly the effect you want, this should get you pretty close.

``````\$.easing.tinyslider = function(x, t, b, c, d) {
ts=(t/=d)*t;
tc=ts*t;
return b+c*(-8.1525*tc*ts + 28.5075*ts*ts + -35.105*tc + 16*ts + -0.25*t);
}
``````

Otherwise fiddle around with the easing function generator and try new options or look up http://commadot.com/jquery/easing.php for more resources.

## jsfiddle

http://jsfiddle.net/XRF6J/

This was fun to answer, I always wanted to find out how those easing functions worked.