lardbucket: graphsketch: ten thousand

5/12/2009

GraphSketch: Ten Thousand

Filed under: Ego, Hacks, Programming, Technology — Andy @ 2:24 pm

In under three weeks since it was launched, GraphSketch has now been used to create (over) 10,000 graphs. It also has had over 3,500 visitors, coming from every continent except Antarctica, though many visitors haven’t graphed anything (and many visitors have graphed far more than average). Work on new features (parametric and polar graphing, among others) will likely resume after school is over, as I still have three finals remaining, and am now off to continue studying for a math final.

At any rate, thanks to everyone who has promoted GraphSketch in one place or another for making it so successful.

Andy Schmitz

P.S. If you have any suggestions for GraphSketch itself, the original post on it is still probably the best place to leave them, as I’ll check back there for ideas when I’m working on it. Thanks!

2 Comments »

  1. can you graph inequalities? can you make lines dashed or dotted?

    Comment by Mark — 2/17/2016 @ 2:28 pm

  2. Mark: Unfortunately, you can’t do any of those with GraphSketch at the moment. Sorry!

    Comment by Andy — 6/17/2016 @ 4:43 pm

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