@compose(nim1, nim2)
returns a new nim which is the composition nim1 \circy nim2 that is the nim f such that f(x) = nim1(nim2(x)).

Following the interpolation type used by the nim arguments, the computation of the composition may require to compute a piecewise linear approximation of these arguments.

See also Nim Related Functions @aggregate    @align_breakpoints    [@clone]    [@compose]    @concat_nim    @dim    @filter_max_t    @filter_median_t    @filter_min_t    @integrate    @linearize    @max_key    @max_val    @min    @min_key    @min_val    @projection    @push_back    @push_front    @sample    [@scale_x]    [@scale_y]    @simplify_lang_v    @simplify_radial_distance_t    @simplify_radial_distance_v    @window_filter_t