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Garrett Eastman

Math Is Beautiful - 5 views

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    "Beauty of Mathematics" from Parachutes.TV "showing the mathematics of different phenomena in equation, visualization, and realization. "
Garrett Eastman

Imagery: A Key to Understanding Math - 9 views

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    Using mathematical images and visualization in teaching
Garrett Eastman

Math Made Visual: Teaching Numbers with Pictures - 14 views

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    Description of student learning success with ST Math, stripping verbalization from math teaching and working with visualization and images
Garrett Eastman

Mathematica Experts Live: New in Mathematica 9 Series of Free Online Events - 5 views

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    Scheduled for December, Predictive Interface and Units, Social Networks and Data Science, and Data Manipulation and Visualization
Garrett Eastman

Mandelbrot: Art, math, science, and works in progress - 2 views

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    An exhibit of Benoit Mandelbrot's fractal images on display at Bard Graduate Center in New York City
Garrett Eastman

El Patrón de los Números Primos: Prime Number Patterns - Jason Davies - 5 views

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    Computer visualization, "For each natural number n, we draw a periodic curve starting from the origin, intersecting the x-axis at n and its multiples. The prime numbers are those that have been intersected by only two curves: the prime number itself and one."
Garrett Eastman

Haptic cues as a utility to perceive and recognize geometry - 0 views

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    "Research has been conducted on how to aid blind peoples' perceptions and cognition of scientific data and, specifically, on how to strengthen their background in mathematics as a means of accomplishing this goal. In search of alternate modes to vision, researchers and practitioners have studied the opportunities of haptics alone and in combination with other modes, such as audio."
Roland O'Daniel

Many Eyes - 16 views

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    Many Eyes is a data visualization platform designed by IBM and provided for free. Since it's IBM it should remain fairly stable and free for a long while. 
Garrett Eastman

MAA Focus June/July 2011: Winning High School Women's Hearts and Minds By Violeta Vasi... - 6 views

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    The authors found that Math Days for girls translates into math majors for women.
Garrett Eastman

Sorting algorithms demonstrated with Hungarian folk dance - 12 views

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    Hungarian folk dance used to demonstrate computational sorting algorithms, from Sapientia Univeristy in Romania
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    This is highly awesome! Computer science concepts are fun to play with, and dance is a great way to share this one. Reminds me of a TRIZ method.
Garrett Eastman

Nature's building blocks brought to life - physicsworld.com - 13 views

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    A project at Imperial College (UK)aimed at creating a periodic table of fundamental geometric shapes, "building blocks" "Fano varieties"
Garrett Eastman

Touch Trigonometry - 18 views

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    "a visual representation of the trig functions"
Roland O'Daniel

Google labs - public data - 20 views

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    Data visualizations for a changing world

    ​The Google Public Data Explorer makes large datasets easy to explore, visualize and communicate. As the charts and maps animate over time, the changes in the world become easier to understand. You don't have to be a data expert to navigate between different views, make your own comparisons, and share your findings.
MariaDroujkova

Mathematica for Primary and Secondary Education - 17 views

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    I wish we could add tags to other people's items without overwriting their authorship!
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    Maria, sorry but you lost me with your comment. How do I add tags to other people without overwriting their authorship? Please advise.
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    Steven, you shared a link and I wanted to add a tag to it. However, Diigo does not have a separate "add tag" function. The only way to add a new tag is to share the same link to the group, again. However, it overrides the author - now the link says "Shared by Maria Droujkova" even though you linked it first. I hope it makes sense.

    We discussed it with Darren when I first started to use Diigo Groups: http://groups.diigo.com/group/math-links/content/can-you-add-tags-to-other-people-s-bookmarks-959243
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    Hi Maria, thank you for the clarification. I now understand your first comment.
MariaDroujkova

Infographic: Tallest Mountain to Deepest Ocean Trench - 12 views

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    The boundaries of human presence on Earth. Also, how long it takes you to boil an egg at the top of Everest. Good to know!
Roland O'Daniel

Google Fusion Tables Tour - 13 views

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    Yet, another great data analysis, display tool from Google. Implications in helping students organize/display/analyze/evaluate data is incredible. Displaying data through a map has implications in so many content areas. 
Roland O'Daniel

Many Eyes - 15 views

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    Great new way of visualizing data (all kinds of data sources). Make wordles, graphs, webs of all kinds of information. Also a great place to get data sets for investigation in the classroom. 
Roland O'Daniel

SHOW®USA - A New Way To Look At The USA - 7 views

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    Lots of data displayed in an interactive way. Great for use with an interactive white board. Easy for students to gather data, display, and report.
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