# Want to Contribute to KDE-Edu Community.

todd rme toddrme2178 at gmail.com
Mon Dec 19 15:14:01 UTC 2011

```On Mon, Dec 19, 2011 at 3:41 PM, Percy Camilo Triveño Aucahuasi
<percy.camilo.ta at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi Ankit,
>
> Is nice to see new blood comming into our Edu module
>
>
>>There was also some talk, I recall,
>>of merging the features of kmplot
>>into kalgebra, and dropping kmplot.
>>They do have a lot of overlap,
>>over kmplot (3D plotting), while
>>kmplot is more flexible than kalgebra
>>for 2D plotting.  So if you like
> tood, is true, mainly Aleix and I identified that problem, unfortunally this
> year I hadn't enough time to help on concretize it.
>
>
>>kmplot, improving plotting in kalgebra to
>> have comparable features to
>>kmplot might be a better approach.
> Indeed, I'm happy to see that the KAlgebra's math parser (Analitza) is
> already on his own module, so we can think on a similar/better approach to
> solve the issue.
>
> Ankit, yes indeed, KAlgebra has a lot of potencial; actually, I have a
> couples of ideas may interest you.
>
> - Implicit curves with polar coordinates
> f(theta, radius)=k => is any element of a level set
>    Very interesting from the algorithms side;
>    also, you definitly will touch some parts of KAlgebra and will use the
> parser.
>
> - Draw -correctly- the slope of these (already implemented) curves: polar,
> and parametric. There is a method right now but is not so robust ...
>
> Ankit, whether or not you end up with KAlgebra, have a fun with KDE-Edu, is
> the right/perfect place to learn about KDE: about the community and
> tecnology :)
>
> Best regards,
> Percy (aucahuasi)

If we are going this route, another that I think is absolutely
critical for anyone using kalgebra or kmplot for advanced (i.e. above
high-school) level work is to support logarithmic axes, both semilog
and log-log.

-Todd
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