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Dynamic Mathematics with JavaScript

Webinar - advanced JSXGraph programming

Online course

Dear friends of JSXGraph, at the JSXGraph conference 2020 we announced a monthly (free) webinar about advanced JSXGraph programming. The first webinar in this series will start on November 12th, 2020 at 4:00 pm (CET, Berlin time) until ca. 4:45 pm. The zoom meeting will be open from 3:30 pm.... [Read More]

1. international JSXGraph conference

Online conference

Dear friends of JSXGraph, this is the official announcement of the 1st international JSXGraph conference. Date: 6.-8. October 2020 Conference homepage: https://jsxgraph.org/conf/ The conference will bring together developers and teachers, instructors and designers who are interested or already experienced in using JSXGraph to enhance digital learning of STEM... [Read More]

Release of 1.1.0

Major new release

Version 1.1.0 introduces the new JSXGraph element polygonalchain (sometimes also called “polyline”), see https://jsxgraph.org/docs/symbols/PolygonalChain.html and new attributes for gradient colors. Examples can be seen at https://jsfiddle.net/6wbmvjp3/ for linear gradients and https://jsfiddle.net/6wbmvjp3/1/ for radial gradients. The statistics module received the new method JXG.Math.statistics.generateGaussian which... [Read More]

Example

Efficient scatter plots

Today, I want to show you a neat trick to create scatter plots with a large number of points. Of course, it is possible to use JSXGraph points, but this might be overkill and need too much resources. A more efficient approach is to use the JSXGraph curve object: For... [Read More]