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Manfred Hammer
Paderborn University, Paderborn, Germany
manfred.hammer@uni-paderborn.de
© 2019 MH
Remarks on the implementational details of this and other online solvers can be found at siio.eu.
  • Data curve, points (x, y) to be read from a two-column text file.
  • ƒGraph of a function, independent variable x.
  • Family of curves, discrete curve parameter b.
  • Parametric curve, parameter t mapped to x- and y-coordinates.
  • %Linear regression, available for nonempty datasets.
  • Annotation, a single data point, or a horizontal or vertical line, labelled.
Built-in functions and operators
+, -, *, /, ^, abs(), int(), hev(),
ln(), exp(), log(), sqrt(), sin(), cos(), tan(), cot(),
asin(), acos(), atan(), acot(), sinh(), cosh(), tanh(), coth().

Mathematical and physical constants
  • piπ = 3.141592653589793
  • e Euler number, e = 2.718281828459045
  • pgConstant of Gravitation, G = 6.67408·10-11 N·m2/kg2
  • pcSpeed of light in vacuum, c = 2.99792458·108 m/s
  • pdVacuum permittivity, ε0 = 8.854187817·10-12 A·s/(V·m)
  • paVacuum permeability, μ0 = 1.2566370614·10-6 V·s/(A·m)
  • peElementary charge, e = 1.6021766208·10-19 C
  • phPlanck constant, h = 6.62607004·10-34 J·s
  • pqh/(2π), ħ = 1.0545718·10-34 J·s
  • pkBoltzmann constant, k = 1.38064852·10-23 J/K
  • ppProton mass, mp = 1.672621898·10-27 kg
  • pmElectron mass, me = 9.10938356·10-31 kg
  • puAtomic mass unit, u = 1.66053904·10-27 kg
  • pnAvogadro constant, NA = 6.022140857·1023 1/mol

Source: The NIST Reference on Constants, Units, and Uncertainty, Physical Measurement Laboratory, National Institute of Standards and Technology, USA (09.2015)
Text fields for titles, labels, and annotations accept standard HTML character entities: α β γ δ … → α β γ δ …

The HTML-tags <sub></sub> and <sup></sup> can be used for formatting subscripts and superscripts, respectively:
|E<sub>y</sub>|<sup>2</sub> → |Ey|2 .
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