(PRWEB) January 14, 2008
Archimy http://www.archimy.com/ announces the release of a brand-new and data visualization service for plotting 2D and 3D equations that allows students, teachers and mathematics enthusiasts to visualize complex mathematic functions online without having to download any additional software.
Visual mathematics plays important role in modern studies and exploration of complex mathematic function. The visual approach helps teachers better explain equations and the behavior of the functions no matter how complex they are, and makes mathematical research easier and the results simpler to demonstrate.
Visualize complex mathematic functions online with no extra downloads! Enhance your view of the mathematical functions by plotting their graph in 2D or 3D! A single picture can explain more to a math student or casual reader than a screen full of formulas. Archimy allows drawing any imaginable graph in two or three dimensions in polar or spherical coordinates. The free online service plots live user-controlled graphics and visualizations on demand, allowing rotating the function graph for better visualization. Archimy is not limited to drawing the functions at http://www.archimy.com/ ; you can generate an HTML code for the function and use it on your own Web sites as an advanced way of presenting functions to your visitors.
Archimy allows you to define a graph by specifying the formula describing coordinates in the (x, y, z) space. Defining a surface function for only two variables is easily possible by locking the "z" coordinate to zero.
Visualizing dynamic behavior is possible with the use of a simple scripting language. Parametric functions are supported by using a set of parameters to specify a function parametrically.
Empower your Web page, site or math blog with live function plots! Demonstrate ideas by drawing 2D or 3D function graphs dynamically on your Web site with Archimy. A single click of a mouse provides you a small HTML code that plots mathematic functions dynamically on your own Web site.
Scientists around the world have been using Java for drawing function graphs in Web browsers. Many computer users don't have Java installed in their browsers, and thus they won't see the plots when they visit your Web site. Archimy function graphs embed into Web pages without using Java. Archimy uses widespread SWF Flash format supported by virtually all Web browsers and installed on every user's computer. The use of SWF Flash results in highly compatible and extremely compact code, making your pages load faster and look nicer.
Archemy certainly has all the capabilities you would expect from a scientific plotting service. The low system requirements, compact code and the use of the popular SWF Flash format open a way to popularize complex mathematics among the widest audiences.
Visit http://www.archimy.com/ for more details.