Open source cross-platform software of geometry, analysis and simulation - Yves Biton
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Examples of figures created with MathGraph32

publication Sunday 23 January 2011.

You can see above figures created with MathGraph32 (animated by MathGraph32 JavaScript Library).

Click on a macro on the left of this figure to get it executed.

This figure illustrates the Buffon’s needle experience.

Click on a macro to launch the random experience.

Click on the same macro if you wand to stop it.

This figure implements another random experience.

This figure shows how a recurrent sequence may be represnted.

You can click on the + an d - buttons and also directly change the function formula using the formula editor.

Note that, when changing the formula, it is displayed on the fly at the right side of the formula editor.

In this last figure you can graph a function.

You can change the function’s formula.