jsxgraph in literature and media


JSXGraph has been be presented at the following conferences:

White papers about JSXGraph

  • Michael Gerhäuser, Bianca Valentin: Interactive SVG with JSXGraph, Proceedings of the SVGOpen 2009. See also Interactive SVG with JSXGraph
  • Michael Gerhäuser, Bianca Valentin, Alfred Wassermann: JSXGraph – Dynamic Mathematics with JavaScript, in The International Journal for Technology in Mathematics Education (IJTME), ISSN: 1744-2710, 17 4 (2010)
  • Alfred Wassermann: The Challenge of a New Hardware Generation to Mathematics Education, In Bianco, Tamara; Ulm, Volker (Hrsg.): Mathematics Education with Technology, Experiences in Europe, Universität Augsburg, Augsburg 2010. ISBN 978-3-00-032628-8
  • Alfred Wassermann: Dynamische Mathematik-Software für Web und ebook. In Dieter Schott, editor, Proceedings 9. Workshop Mathematik für ingenieurwissenschaftliche Studiengänge, Wilhelmshaven, September 2011, pages 34–38. Hochschule Wismar, Gottlob-Frege-Institut, 2011.
  • Michael Gerhäuser, Bianca Valentin, Alfred Wassermann, Peter Wilfahrt: JSXGraph – Dynamic Mathematics Running on (nearly) Every Device. Electronic Journal of Mathematics and Technology 5 (1) (2011). Available at
  • Michael Gerhäuser and Alfred Wassermann: Automatic calculation of plane loci using Gröbner bases and integration into a dynamic geometry system. In Pascal Schreck, Julien Narboux, and Jürgen Richter-Gebert, editors, Automated Deduction in Geometry, volume 6877 of Lecture Notes in Computer Science, pages 68–77. Springer Berlin/Heidelberg, 2011.
  • Matthias Ehmann, Michael Gerhäuser, Carsten Miller, Heiko Vogel, and Alfred Wassermann: Interactive geometry for the web and mobile devices. In Peter Baptist and Dagmar Raab, editors, Implementing Inquiry in Mathematics Education. Universität Bayreuth, 2012.
  • Matthias Ehmann, Michael Gerhäuser, Carsten Miller, and Alfred Wassermann: Sketchometry and JSXGraph - dynamic geometry for mobile devices. South Bohemia Mathematical Letters, 21:1-7, 2013.
  • Darko Drakulić, Igor Pesek, Alfred Wassermann, and Blaž Zmazek: JSXGraph in i-textbooks. In Igor Pesek, Blaž Zmazek, and Vladimir Milekšič, editors, Slovenian i-textbooks, pages 93–114. The National Education Institute Slovenia, 2014.


JSXGraph has started as a seminar at the University of Bayreuth. At the moment there are the following members in the developer team:

Former members of the team:

  • Bianca Valentin
  • Peter Wilfahrt