This function draws a circle map on a canvas. A circle map is a nonlinear dynamic system that can exhibit a phenomenon known as Arnold's tongue: a visualization of the frequency-locking behavior of a nonlinear oscillator with a periodic external force. The tongue is a region in the parameter space of the oscillator where the frequency of the oscillator matches the frequency of the external force. The tongue appears as a series of tongues of varying widths and shapes that can extend into regions of the parameter space where the frequency locking does not occur.

```
canvas_circlemap(
colors,
left = 0,
right = 12.56,
bottom = 0,
top = 1,
iterations = 10,
resolution = 1500
)
```

- colors
a string or character vector specifying the color(s) used for the artwork.

- left
a value specifying the minimum location on the x-axis.

- right
a value specifying the maximum location on the x-axis.

- bottom
a value specifying the minimum location on the y-axis.

- top
a value specifying the maximum location on the y-axis.

- iterations
a positive integer specifying the number of iterations of the algorithm.

- resolution
resolution of the artwork in pixels per row/column. Increasing the resolution increases the quality of the artwork but also increases the computation time exponentially.

A `ggplot`

object containing the artwork.

`colorPalette`

```
# \donttest{
canvas_circlemap(colors = colorPalette("dark2"))
# }
```