Happy birthday to my 2nd favorite Linux distribution!

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At Browserling we're building a network of online tools websites. Each site in the network focuses on one and only one tool category. Each tool does one and only one thing. The first twelve websites in the network are Online CSV Tools, which is all about working with Comma Separated Values files, Online TSV Tools, which is all about working with Tab Separated Values files, Online JSON Tools, which is all about working with JSON data, Online XML Tools, which is all about working with XML documents, Online YAML Tools, which is all about working with YAML configs, Online STRING Tools, which is all about working with strings, Online RANDOM Tools, which is all about doing random things, Online BINARY Tools, which is all about working with binary zeros and ones, Online PNG Tools, which is all about working with PNG images, Online HEX Tools, which is all about working with hexadecimal values, Online JPG Tools, which is all about working with JPEG images, Online ASCII Tools, which is all about working with ASCII charset.

Today we're releasing the thirteenth site.

The thirteenth site in our network is Online Math Tools. Online Math Tools is a collection of simple, free and easy to use utilities for doing all kinds of mathy things. There are no ads, popups or other garbage. Just math utilities that work in your browser. Load variables and instantly get result.


Here's a list of all math tools:

Here are upcoming math tools:

  • Find n-th e Digit
  • Find n-th Golden Ratio Digit
  • Find n-th Pi Digit
  • Find Prime Factors
  • Test if a Number is a Prime
  • Test if a Number is a Fibonacci Number
  • Decode a Look-and-say Sequence
  • Generate a Moser-de Bruijn Sequence
  • Generate a Random Matrix
  • Generate an Identity Matrix
  • Check if a Matrix is Singular
  • Find the Co-factor Matrix
  • Find the Adjugate Matrix
  • LU Factor a Matrix
  • Find Matrix Eigenvalues
  • Draw a Apollonian Gasket
  • Draw a Mandelbrot Fractal
  • Draw a Julia Fractal
  • Draw a Rauzy Fractal
  • Draw a Vicsek Fractal
  • Draw a Quadric Cross Fractal
  • Draw a T-square Fractal
  • Draw a Sierpinski Carpet Fractal
  • Draw a Sierpinski Pentagon Fractal
  • Draw a Sierpinski Hexagon Fractal
  • Draw a Fibonacci Word Fractal
  • Draw Cantor Set Fractal
  • Draw Asymmetric Cantor Set Fractal
  • Draw Generalized Cantor Set Fractal
  • Draw Smith-Volterra-Cantor Set Fractal
  • Draw Cantor Dust Fractal
  • Draw Blancmange Fractal Curve
  • Draw Weierstrass Function
  • Draw Minkowski Question-mark Curve
  • Draw Thomae's Function
  • Draw Dirichlet's Function

The next few sites are onlineIMAGEtools, onlineUTF8tools, onlineGIFtools, onlineBMPtools, onlinePDFtools, onlineHASHtools, onlineBROWSERtools, onlineCRYPTOtools, onlineAUDIOtools, onlineCSStools, onlineJStools, and then 10 more.

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I just added this Lindenmayer system generator to upcoming site Online Math Tools. Given the starting axiom and rewrite rules it draws pretty recursive curves.

You can draw icy patterns:

Icy Frost Fractal

And you can draw pentadendrites:

Pentadendrite Fractal (McWorter's Pentigree)

And you can draw islands:

Island L-System

And you can draw fractal trees:

Fractal tree

And you can draw many other things.

Try it out and see you next time!

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Levy C curve can lift more than you can.

Work out some more and see you next time!