Math Apps + Google Drive = A Winning Combination. This HTML5 app is slick, fast, and powerful--just what the students need to replace their expensive TI graphing calculators. Creating, graphing, and sharing student work with this app is incredibly quick and easy. Want to save it Google Drive? Check. Want to also post it to Twitter or Facebook? Check. Care to save the graph as an image for your Google Presentation? Check.
Simple flat graph with conservative use of color makes it easy to read. Orange timeline shows a progression that isn't continuous, an interesting way to show a required sequence of events that has a preferred order, but an order that isn't strictly enforced.
An Overview of #SVG Elements in #HTML5. SVG stands for Scalable #Vector #Graphics. It is used for describing 2D-graphics and graphical applications in XML. SVG is used to define vector-based graphics in XML. SVG is most widely used for vector type diagrams like Pie charts, two-dimensional graphs etc. http://findnerd.com/list/view/SVG-element-in-HTML5/24971/
Mesmerizing Factorial Animation. Prime numbers (those that cannot be divided evenly) appear as circles, otherwise they are triangles (divided by 3), squares (divided by 2), and pentagons (you get the idea). You'll find yourself gazing at this html5 coded "Factor Conga" for longer that you'd think. For the impatient, you can also press the fast-forward.