[ale] DIY Graphing Calculator Is Built From Open Source Hardware
jlightner at water.com
Fri Aug 6 16:09:07 EDT 2010
Or send her an abacus and tell her to do it really "old school". :-)
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Sent: Friday, August 06, 2010 3:56 PM
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Subject: Re: [ale] DIY Graphing Calculator Is Built From Open Source
My daughter is starting graduate school in Public Health Advocacy
at Columbia University this fall. Apparently this will involve some
statistics classes and she just called home to ask if we can hunt
down the TI-83 that is buried somewhere in the piles of stuff in
her old room.
I think I'll tell her we couldn't find it and suggest she just build
herself a replacement. :-)
On 2010/08/06, at 08:31 , Watson, Keith wrote:
> DIY Graphing Calculator Is Built From Open Source Hardware
> My favorite calculator, the digital slide rule.
> Aristo Multilog Nr. 970 Simulator
> or if your into Pickett slide rules"
> Derek's Virtual Slide Rule Gallery
> Keith R. Watson Georgia Institute of Technology
> Systems Support Specialist IV College of Computing
> keith.watson at cc.gatech.edu 801 Atlantic Drive NW
> (404) 385-7401 Atlanta, GA 30332-0280
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