The Template:Ref-SuSi contains jyā tables, as do the works of Template:Ref-AB, Template:Ref-VM, Brahmagupta, Deva, Lalla, Vaṭeśvara, Mañjula, and others.  Many of these astronomers also developed various methods for pre-calculating jyā, koṭijyā, etc, more accurately. 
Āryabhaṭa, in his Template:Ref-ABh, gives his jyā table by 'differences'. He also uses a radius of 3438 units in length. Starting at a 0° arc, he moves up in intervals of 3°45' (or 225 minutes), giving the the additional length required to make jyā for each arc, until he has gone through 24 different intervals, ending at 5400 minutes of arc, or 90°.
IE, for the arc of a circle of radius 3438 units:
- The jyā for 225 minutes arc = 225
- The jyā for 2*225 minutes arc = 225+224 => 449
- The jyā for 3*225 minutes arc = 225+224+222 => 671
- etc etc etc.
- Template:Refia p 71 has a detailed table of jyā tables of early Indian astronomers.
- See Template:Refia section 7.18, 7.19, etc.
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