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Best network/graph theory software for non-techies?

I'm teaching a minicourse about networks, graphs, and computation to a non-technical audience (mostly grad students in the humanities.) What's the right software platform? [more inside]
posted by escabeche on Jun 18, 2012 - 7 answers

How do I graph pharmacokinetics?

How can I visualize the pharmacokinetics of a drug? Is there a way to create a graph of the blood plasma levels of a drug including the fluctuations caused by time of administration? [more inside]
posted by ladypants on Sep 30, 2009 - 10 answers

Best way to do graphs in LaTex?

What the best way to put two-coordinate graphs in a LaTex document? [more inside]
posted by mai on May 21, 2009 - 7 answers

Euler's map of the 7 Bridges of Königsberg

Do you know good sources for historical mathematics images, specifically the Bridges of Königsberg by Leonhard Euler? [more inside]
posted by tnygard on Apr 7, 2009 - 4 answers

Recommendations for making Venn diagrams?

Does anyone have software recommendations for making Venn diagrams? Especially complicated ones? [more inside]
posted by tnygard on Mar 10, 2009 - 9 answers

How to find domain and range on graphing calculator?

How (if possible) can you find the domain and range of a graph on a graphing calculator (which in my case is a TI-84 Plus)?
posted by meta.mark on May 8, 2008 - 3 answers

Algorithm to display a schedule calendar with specific constraints

I've charged with adding a feature to a shift scheduler / coverage requestor that displays shift information for a given week. I've been able to display them so as to satisfy the constraints I've been given, but it's got me wondering wondering if there's a more rigorous/mathematical approach to the general problem of organizing the display of any such calendar information. [more inside]
posted by Frankieist on Apr 12, 2007 - 3 answers

Bet-settlin'-filter: Exponential pond scum growth?

Mrs. Everichon is convinced that there is a law or principle (as in "Foo's Law") which describes the phenomenon wherein a pond can take weeks to become 50% covered in algae, but then the remaining 50% takes only a day. [more inside]
posted by everichon on Jul 25, 2006 - 9 answers

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