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Graph3 Adds DiffEq Abilities
Posted by Michael on 15 February 2007, 14:00 GMT

[Graph3]As part of last summer's Google Summer of Code project, Martin Warmer has been developing differential equation graphing for the 83+. His program has been integrated into Kirk Meyer's Graph3 flash application.

Version 2.0 of Graph3 now provides both 3D and differential equation graphing (with Runge-Kutta and slope fields!). Users report that it graphs faster than an 89.

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Faster?
aladdinslamp Account Info
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What? What? Faster than an 89 this is? Aak! Aak! Destroyed, my purpose in life is! Make cheap games to win the POTY award and ace this out I must!

-Yoda

Reply to this comment    16 February 2007, 17:46 GMT

Re: Faster?
Stefan Bauwens  Account Info

yes.Its really like an insult for the89

Reply to this comment    17 February 2007, 10:34 GMT


Re: Faster?
patz2009  Account Info
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If you strike Graph3 down, it will become more speedy than you could possibly imagine.

Reply to this comment    20 February 2007, 14:22 GMT

Star Wars Etymology
aladdinslamp Account Info
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Worry you should not. Put "Darth" at the beginning of the name, I will. Then, triumph the forces of good will.

-Yoda

Reply to this comment    21 February 2007, 01:09 GMT


Yoda?
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Clarification:

I am going to have to stop Yoda from posting anything more, because either

a) He got hit on the head and lost all his Jedi-ness, or
b) He's Yoda's evil twin brother.
Why do I say this? Because right now he is sitting in the chair next to me and CURSING like a SAILOR!

-aladdinslamp, who apologizes for ANY inconvenience

Reply to this comment    24 February 2007, 03:51 GMT


Re: Re: Faster?
Stefan Bauwens  Account Info

Would it?

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Reply to this comment    24 February 2007, 18:06 GMT

Re: Graph3 Adds DiffEq Abilities
navee_seal  Account Info
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This is awsome! Much faster!

Reply to this comment    18 February 2007, 03:33 GMT


Re: Re: Graph3 Adds DiffEq Abilities
El_Diablo Account Info

Just to get back at the competition, someone needs to make this for the 89 TI, so they can't rag on it anymore! Still, any 3d graphing on the 83, 84 series is really slow, and they cannot run any port of "Closed GL"
-Speaking of that, is there anything made using Closed GL yet???

Reply to this comment    21 February 2007, 15:27 GMT

Re: Graph3 Adds DiffEq Abilities
rockvee Account Info

The speed, in a sense, is hard to measure. I think the 89 is faster if it graphs on a 96*64 screen.

Reply to this comment    1 March 2007, 03:17 GMT

Re: Graph3 Adds DiffEq Abilities
jhamm Account Info

Someone, (I've tried, but I'm still too much of a noob programmer) needs to make a program with 3d graphing like spherical and cylindrical coordinates. Cartesian 3d graphing is cool on my calc, but it be cool to have those other features. Implicit graphing in 3d would be cool, but i don't think handheld graph calcs have that much computing power.

ps. if someone did make a spherical and cylindrical coordinate graphing program, it had best be for 68k calculators, because that's what I have and it's all about me.

Reply to this comment    1 March 2007, 03:18 GMT
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