Monday, 27 June 2011

Interactive Mathematics in a Web Browser

Following Mike Croucher's tutorial, here is my first attempt at including an interactive CDF demonstration in my blog.

In the first example, change the value of n using the slider. Have a close look at the coefficients when n=105. You can show/hide the controls by clicking on the top right + sign. If you click on + sign at the end of the slider you can control the running of the CDF:

Here is a more interesting example demonstrating rotations parameterized by the Eulerian angles:

This would be a useful enhancement to static pages such as wikipedia's rotation matrix entry.

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