Guillotine wrote:JKGraph (obtainable at http://homepage.smc.edu/kennedy_john/ABSTRACTS.HTM ) is an awesome graphing program.
Theres also quite a few other cool programs there (Turing simulator FTW)
Angua wrote:Does anyone know a good free program for making box plots without having to go through all the tweaking that is apparenltly needed for excel? I can't seem to get it to work on open office, but maybe I'm missing an extension??
Angua wrote:I'm having trouble with R on my boyfriend's mac (this is for him). I have managed to get gnumeric to work well, but only on my vista He's just going to have to borrow my computer for this I guess.
lamemaar wrote:Would this be any good for visualizing a function z = f(x, y)?
Note that the user can easily change the viewpoint.
Since I wrote this myself, I would appreciate any comments that may lead to improvements.
Kewangji wrote:Someone told me I need to stop being so arrogant. Like I'd care about their plebeian opinions.
nehpest wrote:I get "syntax error at start" whenever I try to use the exp() function as part of the input.
agelessdrifter wrote:Is there a way to use wolfram or mathematica to graph the image of a specific set under a transformation? Like if I want to know what f does only to the unit circle in the complex plane, is there a way I can tell wolfram or mathematica that?
I tried searching for the answer, but as you can imagine searching the combination of words "wolfram image function set" comes up with quite a slew of things that are irrelevant to my question.
Belial wrote:The sex card is tournament legal. And I am tapping it for, like, six mana.
rrwoods wrote:I've just had Excel's 15ish-digit precision bite me on a spreadsheet I'm using to analyze a card game. Does anyone know of a free arbitrary-precision spreadsheet application or plugin?
The sheet has around 2650 rows, and is working with integers around 70 digits long in each of those rows. Calculation speed is not an issue, within reason (i.e., taking a few minutes to update the sheet after changing a cell is acceptable, taking a few hours is not).
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