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Tag Archives: graph equation
Graph equations while preserving aspect ratio in WPF and C#
The previous example, Graph equations entered by the user in WPF and C# shows how to graph an equation entered by the user. The user must also enter the coordinate bounds that the program should use. For example, in the … Continue reading
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Tagged algorithms, aspect ratio, C#, C# programming, drawing, example, example program, graph, graph equation, graph function, graphics, mathematics, reflection, Windows Forms programming, WPF
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Graph equations entered by the user in WPF and C#
This example uses key techniques described in several examples, mostly the following two: Use transformations to draw a graph in WPF and C# Graph equations entered by the user in C# The following two sections describe the key techniques taken … Continue reading
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Tagged algorithms, C#, C# programming, drawing, example, example program, graph, graph equation, graph function, graphics, mathematics, reflection, Windows Forms programming, WPF
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Display tooltips on a graph of an equation entered by the user in C#
This example draws a graph of an equation entered by the user and the displays a tooltip on it when you move the mouse over the graph. See the post Graph equations entered by the user in C# for information … Continue reading
Graph equations entered by the user in C#
This example draws a graph of an equation entered by the user by combining techniques from the following two posts: Evaluate numeric expressions that are entered by the user in C# Graph an equation in C# This example uses techniques … Continue reading
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Tagged algorithms, C#, C# programming, drawing, example, example program, graph equation, graph function, graphics, mathematics, reflection, Windows Forms programming
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Graph an equation in C#
This example uses the the following MakeGraph method to draw the graph. // Make the graph. private void MakeGraph() { // The bounds to draw. float xmin = 3; float xmax = 3; float ymin = 3; float ymax = … Continue reading
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Tagged algorithms, C#, C# programming, drawing, example, example program, graph equation, graph function, graphics, mathematics, Windows Forms programming
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Plot functions in C#, Part 3
This is the third example that shows how to plot functions that draw hearts. This time the function is: The following examples also draw heartshaped functions. See the first for an explanation of how the programs work. Plot a heartshaped … Continue reading
Plot functions in C#
This example shows how to plot functions. This example plots a function that represents a heart shape. The earlier example Plot a heartshaped function in C# shows how to draw a relatively complex heartshaped function. Recently I saw a much … Continue reading
See where two conic sections intersect in C#
This example uses techniques demonstrated in several earlier posts to let you see where two conic sections intersect. To use the example, click the left mouse button five times each to select one conic section> Then click the right mouse … Continue reading
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Tagged algorithms, C#, C# programming, conic section, draw conic section, draw curve, draw ellipse, draw hyperbola, draw parabola, ellipse, equation, example, example program, geometry, graph equation, graphics, hyperbola, intersections, mathematics, parabola, points of intersection, Windows Forms programming
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Select a conic section in C#
This example shows how you can let the user click five points to select a conic section. Recall that the equation for a conic section is: If you know the coordinates of some points on a conic section, then you … Continue reading
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Tagged algorithms, C#, C# programming, conic section, draw conic section, draw curve, draw ellipse, draw hyperbola, draw parabola, ellipse, equation, example, example program, geometry, graph equation, graphics, hyperbola, mathematics, parabola, select conic section, select curve, Windows Forms programming
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Draw a conic section from its polynomial equation in C#
This example shows how to draw a conic section from its polynomial equation. A previous series of posts explained how to find the intersection between two ellipses. See these posts for more information about that: See where two ellipses intersect … Continue reading
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Tagged algorithms, C#, C# programming, conic section, draw conic section, draw curve, draw ellipse, draw hyperbola, draw parabola, ellipse, equation, example, example program, geometry, graph equation, graphics, hyperbola, mathematics, parabola, Windows Forms programming
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