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Q: What site should I post a question about problems with graphing a specific function in Geogebra?

CrSb0001My question: What site should I post a question about problems with graphing functions in Geogebra? I have a question about a problem that has arisen while using Geogebra, specifically where I am unable to plot a function f(x,y) which contains both real and imaginary parts. (which Geogebra is abl...

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A: What site should I post a question about problems with graphing a specific function in Geogebra?

CrSb0001From the comments on the linked Math.SE Meta post: [4] If it is a math question, ask here. I[f] it is an implementation question, do not ask here. -Xander Henderson [Mod] Apr 9 at 20:44[5] Yes, it [plotting a function] very likely would fall under the general umbrella of "implementation". Which ...

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Q: Are questions regarding Geogebra allowed here, or should they be asked on SO?

CrSb0001Question: Are questions regarding Geogebra allowed here, or should they be asked on SO? I have a problem currently with trying to plot a certain function $f(x,y)$ in Geogebra which contains both real and imaginary parts, which Geogebra can handle to the best of my knowledge. In this case, my qu...

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A: Are questions regarding Geogebra allowed here, or should they be asked on SO?

CrSb0001Answer to my question about this on Meta.SE for reference From the comments here: [4] If it is a math question, ask here. I[f] it is an implementation question, do not ask here. -Xander Henderson [Mod] Apr 9 at 20:56 [5] Yes, it very likely would fall under the general umbrella of "implementation"...

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Q: Can I ask Geogebra questions on this site?

SarGeThere are certain questions, answer of which require a graph, diagram or animation of locus or more precisely something related to Geogebra. So, is asking input command of how to make any animation for e.g. "How to make cardioid animation in Geogebra" considered on-topic? Stack Overflow has a Geo...

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Q: Do we actually "welcome questions about: • Software that mathematicians use"?

Douglas B. StapleOn the FAQ it says: "We welcome questions about: • Software that mathematicians use". However, when I went to post a question about maple, I found this: About maple For questions involving the application of the program Maple to mathematics. NOTE: questions which focus primarily on the...

 

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