Category: Applets

  1. Inverse of a function

    This applet shows the construction of the inverse of a function, and can be used to explore whether the inverse is a function.

  2. Parametric curves

    This applet plots and traces a parametric curve, given as a vector function in R2.

  3. Two parametric curves

    This applet plots two parametric curves simultaneously. It can be used to explore whether two particles collide.

  4. Discrete and continuous distributions

    This applet explores the relationship between the pmf or density and the cumulative distribution function of a range of discrete and continuous probability distributions.

  5. Logistic population growth

    This applet explores a logistic population growth model with no harvesting. The phase plot is shown alongside the plot of p vs t.

  6. Logistic population growth with harvesting

    This applet explores a logistic population growth model with constant harvesting.

  7. Normal probability plot and CDF

    This applet shows the relationship between a plot of an estimated empirical CDF and a normal probability plot.

  8. QQ plots

    This applet explores QQ-plots for a range of distributions.

  9. Model of a spring with drag and forcing

    This applet simulates a spring acting under gravity, subject to drag and an external driving force.

  10. Random variables

    This applet illustrates the concept of independent identically distributed random variables.

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