1 | initial version |

There has been discussion of using "flot", and this Trac ticket has some nice examples of using Geogebra inside Sage.

2 | No.2 Revision |

There has been discussion of using "flot", and this Trac ticket has some nice examples of using Geogebra inside Sage.

But this isn't really an answer!

3 | No.3 Revision |

There has been discussion of using ~~"flot", ~~flot, and this Trac ticket has some nice examples of using Geogebra inside Sage.

But this isn't really ~~an ~~a full answer!

4 | No.4 Revision |

There has been discussion of using flot, and this Trac ticket has some nice examples of using Geogebra inside Sage.

But this isn't really a full answer!

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Edit: after the comment, I added these comments. Maybe adding flot really *is* easy?

Jason seems to have thought at one point that using flot would be easy - see "After this change, it will be trivial to add a viewer='flot' option to Graphics." at Trac ticket 5448.

There is a whole thread on sage-devel from 2009 about flot etc. as well, and then this follow-up thread.

5 | No.5 Revision |

There has been discussion of using flot, and this Trac ticket has some nice examples of using Geogebra inside Sage.

But this isn't really a full answer!

+++

Edit: after the comment, I added these comments. Maybe adding flot really *is* easy?

Jason seems to have thought at one point that using flot would be easy - see "After this change, it will be trivial to add a viewer='flot' option to Graphics." at Trac ticket 5448.

There is a whole thread on sage-devel from 2009 about flot etc. as well, and then this follow-up thread.

See also this worksheet on sagenb.org, called FLOTEXAMPLE. It looks to be a decent mockup, though there is a syntax warning, and in my browser clicking on "Win.html" doesn't bring up the full flot capability.

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