Using JSX graphs in STACK
This event is associated with the Eurasmus+ IDIAM project.
JSXGraph is a cross-browser library for displaying interactive geometry, function plotting, graphs, and data visualization in a web browser https://jsxgraph.org/wp/index.html. Mathematical and physical phenomena can be better understood and explored via visualization. This workshop will provide hands-on practise on how to create JSXGraphs, which you can embend in your educational resources (e.g. in markdown editor) and how to use JSXGraph in STACK assessments.
When: Thursday 8th December 2022.
Where: The University of Edinburgh, James Clerk Maxwell building, Room 5323 (for in-person attendees) and online. Times below are GMT.
Zoom link for online participation:
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Meeting ID: 868 3881 5060
9:30-10:00 Pre-meeting coffee
10:10-11:00 Presentation: Math visualization with JSXGraph - an overview, Alfred Wassermann
11:00-11:20 Coffee break
11:20-13:00 Programming Workshop: "Create your first JSXgraph", Alfred Wassermann
14:00-14:40 Presentation: Using JSXgraph in STACK questions, Jonas Alexander Lache
14:40-15:00 Coffee break
15:00-16:30 Workshop: How to use JSXGraph in STACK, Wigand Rathmann and Jonas Julius Harang
The workshop will cover:
- Create a graph which follows the randomisation.
- Create a graph with binding of variables (the graph is part of the answer).
You are welcome to attend the event in person. To register please email Konstantina Zerva. Lunch will be provided for every participant attending in-person. Please specify any special dietry requirements you have.
Demonstration materials associated with this event will be online here: https://stack-demo.maths.ed.ac.uk/demo/course/view.php?id=176