# WorkspacePublishingGraphingExample

*ThoughtStorms Wiki*

Previously : CardiganBayWorkspacePublishing

Here's a longer example of a workspace published within an exported Cardigan Bay page. You should be seeing this on ThoughtStorms wiki.

You are looking at a static HTML page exported using Cardigan Bay. But the workspace, containing a simple toy graphing calculator, will run on the public site. Thanks to the Scittle interpreter included within this page.

Note a couple of features. Although there's some infrastructure to make the graphing work, it has been hidden from you.

All you see in the textarea below is a function *f* which we will graph, a definition of a vector of points *pts* made with f. And a call to *graphit* which actually graphs the points.

You can edit these, to change the function or the range of numbers it gets applied to, and re-run the code.

Although we don't have a Clojure maths library included, you can get at standard Javascript libs using Scittle. So try some alternative functions like :

(defn f [x] (js/Math.sin x))(def pts (make-pts -10 10 0.01 f))

or

(defn f [x] (* (mod x 11) (mod x 7)))(def pts (make-pts 0 100 1 f))

See GraphingExampleFullSource if you want to see the entire source code of this app.

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