Other Examples

With web*Mathematica*, you can create web applications based on any of the thousands of calculations you can do in web*Mathematica*. This section contains a sampling of some simple applications we've created. See the types of interactive computations you can add to your own website.

Interactive Examples

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*Mathematica*SitesHere are some examples of interesting web*Mathematica* sites
developed by users.

- Dynamic Web Tools using web
*Mathematica*, developed by Professors Mike Martin and Steve Wilson at Johnson County Community College, is an extensive collection of web*Mathematica*applications for use in undergraduate mathematics courses. - Eco-Tools,
designed by Dr. Gareth Russell from Columbia University, is a collection
of web
*Mathematica*tools for doing calculations in ecology and conservation biology - mathestate, designed by Roger J. Brown, PhD, owner of IMOJIM Investments, is a proprietary set of data-driven mathematical analysis tools designed to analyze real-estate investments using actual data and custom formulas.
- QuickMath,
written by Ben Langton from the University of Sydney, provides
easy-to-use web
*Mathematica*tools that allow the manipulation of mathematical expressions. Online calculators can do algebra manipulations, solve simple calculus problems, graph equations, and perform other computations and visualizations. - Ken Levasseur at the University of Massachusetts
Lowell has developed a collection of web
*Mathematica*applications including programs for doing abstract algebra, modeling, statistics, and linear algebra. - BiokmodWeb is an ENUSA-Molypharma project for solving biokinetic systems with applications in internal dosimetry (current ICRP models are included), nuclear medicine, and pharmacokinetics.
- Terra Dotta
provides learning solutions for schools, universities, and businesses.
It has also designed MathIWYG, a WYSIWYG math editor that takes advantage
of web
*Mathematica*'s MathML capabilities. MathIWYG allows you to enter math directly into your website using a Flash-based WYSIWYG editor. - Richard
Bréhéret of the Versailles Local Education Centre has
developed a French website that offers professors and students learning
activities in which
*Mathematica*and web*Mathematica*are used. - James C. Wyant, Director of the Optical Sciences
Center at the University of Arizona, uses web
*Mathematica*to teach advanced optical concepts. - Equation Plotter, developed by Miguel Bayona from The Lawrenceville School in New Jersey, is committed to producing top-quality mathematics graphics. The tools and resources in these pages are intended for high school and college teachers of mathematics.
- Klaus
Hildebrandt from the Department of Mathematics at the Free
University of Berlin put together a collection of interactive 3D
geometry applications using web
*Mathematica*and JavaView, a 3D geometry viewer.

If you have built a public web*Mathematica* site you would like featured here, let us know.