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− | This is a list of [http://jsxgraph.org JSXGraph] examples | + | This is a list of [http://jsxgraph.org JSXGraph] examples needing high computational resources. The examples either consist of extremely many vector graphics elements or force the browser to do extensive computations. Thus, they are a good examples to compare the maturity of the browsers. |

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* [[Time series forecasting: double exponential smoothing]] | * [[Time series forecasting: double exponential smoothing]] | ||

* [[Cubic spline interpolation]] | * [[Cubic spline interpolation]] | ||

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## Latest revision as of 12:05, 7 September 2011

This is a list of JSXGraph examples needing high computational resources. The examples either consist of extremely many vector graphics elements or force the browser to do extensive computations. Thus, they are a good examples to compare the maturity of the browsers.