Friday, January 05, 2007

Fooplot is neat!

Dheera Venkatraman has released Fooplot, a new website that plots any function, and supports Google Maps-style panning around. (from Ajaxian).



I think this is pretty neat. The fooplot.com/yourfunctionhere is cool.

I couldn't plot a circle though, it only plotted a semi-circle. Same with a parabola.

I would love to see the following features:
  • Plot for y = constant, x = constant
  • Chart Save-as
  • Support multiple plots using the fooplot.com/yourfunctionhere URL. Currently it supports only one equation.
  • Upload XML data.

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1 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Just to note, FooPlot actually now does support save-as, and seems to apparently support a comma-separated list such as http://fooplot.com/x^2,x^3. Plotting y=constant of course is possible, but I don't think it can do x=constant.

4:37 AM  

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