FooPlot - online graphing calculator

In summary, the conversation was about a graphing calculator website called fooplot.com that was created for the educational community. It can be accessed by entering the function after the URL and offers various services such as matrix, equations, vectors, plotting, and more. The participants also mentioned finding it useful and asked about the programming language it was built with. One person mentioned using it as a substitute for a lost graphics calculator, and another person asked about using imaginary numbers.
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dheera
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Hi all,
Just wanted to note that we created an online graphing calculator:
http://fooplot.com/
which should work in most modern browsers (except Safari). Hope you find it useful - share it, let us know if you find it useful, see any bugs, or have any suggestions about what would be useful. It's primarily targeted to help the educational community.

Also, if you ever need a quick plot of a function, just type in the function right after the URL:
http://fooplot.com/exp(-x^2)
 
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  • #2
Very nice! What was this built with?
 
  • #3
Shall prove handy since i lost my graphics calculator.
 
  • #4
Nice one! I liked it a lot.

How do you use imaginary numbers?
 
  • #5
The website contained the following services:

* Matrix
* Equations
* The system of equations
* Vectors
* Plotting
* Decision integrals
* Derivative
* Rows
* Regular or scientific calculator
* Limits
* Complex numbers
* Probability
* Calculation of the chain

See: http://calculator-online.org/s/kalkulyator/
 

1. What is FooPlot and how does it work?

FooPlot is an online graphing calculator that allows users to create and customize graphs, as well as perform calculations and analyze data. It works by inputting mathematical equations or data points, which are then plotted on a graph.

2. Is FooPlot free to use?

Yes, FooPlot is completely free to use. There is no need to create an account or provide any personal information.

3. Can I save my graphs on FooPlot?

Yes, you can save your graphs on FooPlot by clicking the "Save" button and providing a name for your graph. This will generate a unique URL that you can use to access your graph later on.

4. Can I share my graphs with others?

Yes, you can share your graphs with others by either sharing the unique URL or by exporting the graph as an image or PDF file.

5. Does FooPlot have any advanced features?

Yes, FooPlot offers advanced features such as the ability to add multiple functions or data sets on one graph, customize the appearance of the graph, and perform regression analysis and calculus operations.

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