The Graph Explorer application was developed to be a small tool that allows you to explore a wide range of mathematical functions. Unlike most expression evaluators, Graph Explorer will allow you to enter many algebraic expressions just as you would write them. For example, for XY plots, you may use expressions like: y=ax2+bx+c or y=sqrt(x+1) etc.
Graph Explorer is a new simulation tool which allows the exploration of mathematical functions and algebraic expressions. It was intended to help people to learn and teach mathematics. Instructions: Graph Explorer allows you to plot any algebraic expression as an XY graph. You can also graph the inverse function of any mathematical function. So if you want to graph y=x, you can use Graph Explorer as follows: Mouse over the expression you want to graph and hit the ‘Algebra’ button. Select a function, in this example y=x. The graph of y=x will then appear. Graph Explorer also allows you to graph the inverse function, as follows: If y is the inverse function of f, then x(y)=f(y) is the graph of y=f(x). Hint: If you want to graph the inverse function of x^2, for example, you can use the expression ‘(x^2)’ as follows: Now hit the ‘Graph’ button. Graph Explorer will plot the graph for the above expression. When the graph is displayed, you will notice that it is the same graph as the standard graph for x^2, but you can view it as an XY graph. Graph Explorer has many other functions built-in to graph mathematical expressions. For example, if y and y+1 are the inverse functions of f, then y+1 is the inverse function of f+1. Likewise, if y is the inverse of the function g, then y+g is the inverse of g+g or y(y+g). If y and x+1 are the inverse functions of f, then x+1 is the inverse function of f+1. Instructions: Graph Explorer allows you to graph mathematical expressions. For example, for a given expression, like the one shown in the picture, you can graph the function using ‘Algebra’ button as follows: You can also graph the inverse function of the given expression by hitting the ‘Graph’ button. To graph the inverse function of ‘y = x’ click on the expression, in the picture x+1 or y+1, and hit the ‘Algebra’ button. To graph the inverse function of ‘y = g(x)’ click on the expression, in the picture x+1 or y+1, and hit the ‘Algebra’ button. Once the graph is displayed, you can graph the inverse function
1. Data collection module Data collected by the Data Collection module, will be stored in MySQL database. You can update all the collected variables to the database yourself. For example, a y=ax2+bx+c can be written to the database as Y, A, X2, B, C. If all the data (Y,A,B,C) has been updated, you will be able to re-run the Graph Explorer Full Crack so that the same expressions will be plotted on the chart. 2. Chart generation module Graph creation is processed by the Chart generation module. It accepts the data stored in the database and can create the corresponding graph. For example, a line chart can be drawn with Y, A, B and C variables as x,y,y and x,y variables, respectively. 3. Online mode The application can be used as a web service application. A chart will be displayed based on the data you enter. 4. Interactive mode The chart in the data collection module can be edited by dragging it in chart plot area. For example, you can change the X2 coordinate by just moving your mouse. If you need an angle or axis, you can find them in the plot area. See the below picture. Clicking on the canvas can edit it and clicking the position of X2, will change it. Description of features: ============== 1. Line chart ———- You can set line chart which displays Y, A, B and C as the functions of x. A line chart will be drawn with lines for each function. You can adjust the line with 4 control lines. To adjust the line, click on a control line or move your mouse along the line. By dragging the control lines, you can change the function of the variable between X,X2 and Y,Y2. 2. Pie chart ———- You can set pie chart which displays Y, A, B and C as the percentage of x. A pie chart will be drawn with a pie for each function. You can adjust the pie with 3 control lines. By dragging the control lines, you can change the function of the variable between X,X2 and Y,Y2. 3. Bar chart ———- You can set bar chart which displays Y, A, B and C as the value of x. A bar chart will be drawn with bars for each function. You can adjust the bar with 2 control lines b7e8fdf5c8
Over 30 mathematical function graphed, includes Logarithms, Complex Numbers, Fractions, Absolute Values, Primes, Dirichlet’s Function, Circle Capping, Area Calculation, and much much more. Graph Explorer History: A history of all previous expressions entered is maintained as the application is activated. Input Expression: Input expression entered is highlighted in green. Constant: Input constant used to evaluate other formulas. A constant can be a natural number, or a formula. Input Number: Number of input entered. Complex: Input provided is a complex number. Input variable: Input provided is a variable. Input exponent: Input provided is an exponent. Input power: Input provided is a power. Input log: Input provided is a log. Input sqrt: Input provided is a sqrt. Input: Input provided is a known mathematical expression. Back to Previous: Back button takes you to previous expression. Definition: Definition button definition of expression. Preview: Preview button preview of expression. This function allows you to define basic mathematical operators, such as order of operator, precedence, and grouping. Here is an example of defining the order of operations -1: Switch between left and right. 1: All the operations, except for subtraction with a negative number, will go in the same direction. 0: Subtraction will be performed only when the negative number has a 0 on the right. -1: Will reverse the order of operations. +1: Will reverse the order of operations, unless the result of the expression is a negative number. -1: Switch direction of subtraction with negative number. 3: Multiplication will be performed before subtraction. 2: Division will be performed before subtraction. -1: Division will be performed before multiplication. +1: Division will be performed before multiplication. 2: Addition will be performed before multiplication. +1: Subtraction will be performed before addition. Definitions: Definitions:
Can plot linear or polynomial functions You may use the same expressions as in the textbooks. You may use derivatives of functions as well You may use differentiation tools that a typical calculus course requires Allows you to input algebraic expressions Allows you to view the expressions in HTML format You may change the parameters of the functions Allows you to change any variable of the functions Allows you to set the initial values (you may plot initial values as well) Allows you to do many other tasks Here is the first line of code: var mfglib = require(‘mfglib’); That is the first line of code for Graph Explorer. For more information about the application, you can read the About page. The project is under active development. Some of the features are available, and some are not. For example, when you click the Refresh button, the page reloads for some time and may become slow (it’s not the browser). To make it more beautiful, you should add that loading to a splash screen or as a loading bar. The only way that I was able to make the application’responsive’ is to set the screen resolution to a very low value. If the screen resolution is high, the application may perform the operation in long intervals. For example, if your screen resolution is 1280X1024 and the application performs a cubic (degree 3) polynomial function plotting, then it will take a few minutes to finish the operation. This may also happen if you click the Refresh button several times in a row. This is mainly a problem when the application is being run in a virtual machine. I’m afraid that I can’t really help you with this. So, I want to hear your suggestions on this problem, if there is a solution or not, etc. Also, you should review the source code as well. Thanks. Here’s the source code. A: Edit, April 3, 2014. After more than 30 days of hard work, graph explorer supports these new functions in addition to the classic ones: Kinds of functions: linear, quadratic, cubic, quartic, higher-degree polynomials logarithmic, exponential invertible functions power functions convex functions cyclical functions logarithmic functions slow functions
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