[IAEP] Digital Geometry Software series: JSXGraph event Wednesday at 2pm ET

Maria Droujkova droujkova at gmail.com
Tue Aug 9 13:02:00 EDT 2011

Join Alfred Wassermann and Paul Libbrecht to discuss JSXGraph. This event is
a part of the digital geometry software series.
*How to join*

   - Follow this link at the time of the event: *
   - Wednesday, August 10th 2011 we will meet in the LearnCentral online
   room at 8pm European Central Time, 11 am Pacific Time, 2 PM Eastern
time. WorldClock
   for your time
   - Click "OK" and "Accept" several times as your browser installs the
   software. When you see Elluminate Session Log-In, enter your name and click
   the "Login" button
   - If this is your first time, come a few minutes earlier to check out the
   technology. The room opens half an hour before the event.

All events in the Math 2.0 weekly series:

Recording The presentation will be recorded so that people that missed it
can review it. The link will be posted at

About JSXGraph JSXGraph is a cross-browser library for interactive geometry,
function plotting, charting, and data visualization in a web browser.

   - Supported file formats: GEONExT <http://geonext.de/>,
   - Experimental file formats: Geogebra <http://geogebra.org/>,
   - Tailored "Mathlets" can be created using JavaScript
   - JSXGraph runs on practically every web browser starting from IE 6
   - JSXGraph runs on all major operating systems including MS Windows,
   Apple Mac OSX, Linux, iOS, Android.

>From a technical point of view, JSXGraph is implemented completely in
JavaScript and does not rely on any other library. JSXGraph uses a web
browser's SVG, VML, or canvas engine for graphics rendering. At the moment,
the size of the library is approximately 83 kByte.

Further references: http://jsxgraph.org. Many examples can be found in
the projects
wiki <http://jsxgraph.uni-bayreuth.de/wiki/index.php/Category:Examples>

Event Host [image: Alfred.jpg]*Alfred
* is a mathematician at the University of Bayreuth. His mathematical
interests are divided between construction of combinatorial objects like
linear codes and combinatorial t-designs and the development of interactive
mathematics software for the world wide web.

Maria Droujkova

Make math your own, to make your own math
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