redmond24: How do we rule 34 this thing?
Bondith: Actually, now that I look at it...the search term input is sqrt(x2 * y2), but Google graphed sqrt(x(2y^2)).
Zombalupagus: Very educational. However, as it turn out it actually wasn't disabled.
Great Porn Dragon: Zombalupagus: traylor: Oh no! We are sorry, but your browser does not seem to support WebGL.I got this, too, with FF. Firefox insists that I need to upgrade my graphics card drivers to allow this functionality on my computer. However it works fine with Chrome, so it's not my graphics card. What gives?It's on account that Firefox allows one to turn WebGL off (and for a time, IT departments were actually recommending it).To turn it back on, type "about:config" in the address bar, agree you'll promise to be careful :D, search (in the little filter bar) for "webgl.disabled", and click it once to set it to default if it was set to true.
jonny_q: tgetzoya: I used Google Chrome 23 on Fedora 17, no WebGL. I tried it with Firefox 16 on the same system, it worked just fine. I'm amused.same deal with me on Kubuntu. I think it's because Chrome won't use WebGL without hardware acceleration and Firefox will use it without hardware acceleration. In both cases there are probably very hidden flags (about:config or something) that would allow you to override it.
xelnia: redmond24: How do we rule 34 this thing?Someone posted a few examples awhile back. The best:exp((‑(((x-4)^2+(y-4)^2)^2))/1000)+exp((‑(((x+4)^2+(y+4)^2)^2))/1000 ) + 0.1*exp(‑(((x+4)^2+(y+4)^2)^2))+0.1*exp(‑(((x-4)^2+(y-4)^2)^2))
Lord Dimwit: The best:
47 is the new 42: Bondith: Actually, now that I look at it...the search term input is sqrt(x2 * y2), but Google graphed sqrt(x(2y^2)).I'm glad I'm not the only one that noticed that.
gameshowhost: log(sqrt(x^2+y^2)) = black hole = O_O
HMS_Blinkin: Donnchadha: KarmicDisaster: Wow, I can throw my TI86 away now.TI-86 can't do 3D graphs --- the TI-89 can though.....with that awesome 160 x 100 black and white LCD screen, yeah.
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