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- Jan 26, 2012

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Hi everyone,

My apologies for forcing you to read this thread but it's very important for us to get feedback from you. This project will hopefully improve including graphs on our forum.

We're working with Desmos (www.desmos.com) and their free online graphing tool to make graphing easier here. I've made a video that you can see below on our first step to make this process easier. I recommend watching in 720p and full screen to see all the details.

[video=youtube;l_o5dk8rirY]Using Desmos to post graphs at MHB[/video]

If you didn't watch the video, the basics of what we've enabled thus far can be used by:

1) Make an account at Desmos so you can save graphs. Log in.

2) Graph whatever equations you want and click "Save". Choose save option #3, Permalink.

3) Copy the graph ID tag, which begins after .../calculator/ in the URL you see.

4) On MHB place the ID you just copied between the [graph][/graph] tags and you're done! The graph you saved should now should here on MHB.

We're looking to get feedback on how to make this process better at any point of use. We'll pass along this feedback to Desmos and work with them to come out with an improved process as soon as we can so hearing from you is vital.

Thank you for your time!

MHB Staff

My apologies for forcing you to read this thread but it's very important for us to get feedback from you. This project will hopefully improve including graphs on our forum.

We're working with Desmos (www.desmos.com) and their free online graphing tool to make graphing easier here. I've made a video that you can see below on our first step to make this process easier. I recommend watching in 720p and full screen to see all the details.

[video=youtube;l_o5dk8rirY]Using Desmos to post graphs at MHB[/video]

If you didn't watch the video, the basics of what we've enabled thus far can be used by:

1) Make an account at Desmos so you can save graphs. Log in.

2) Graph whatever equations you want and click "Save". Choose save option #3, Permalink.

3) Copy the graph ID tag, which begins after .../calculator/ in the URL you see.

4) On MHB place the ID you just copied between the [graph][/graph] tags and you're done! The graph you saved should now should here on MHB.

We're looking to get feedback on how to make this process better at any point of use. We'll pass along this feedback to Desmos and work with them to come out with an improved process as soon as we can so hearing from you is vital.

Thank you for your time!

MHB Staff

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