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|Grundland, Toussaint; Computational Geometry Lab, School of Computer Science, McGill University|
|The JeoEdit package, consisting of the JeoEditPoints and JeoEditPolygon applets, is a set of Java visual editors designed to help the computational geometry community realize its algorithms and theorems on the Internet by providing an interface for drawing a set of points or a polygon, as well as the means to communicate this geometric information to any applet. The editors focus on user interaction, while your applet can concentrate on algorithmic calculation; by providing a self-contained user interface for manipulating geometric structures, they leave you free to create applets without having to worry about how that interface works. The JeoEdit applets have been tested on Windows NT, Solaris, Linux, and Mac platforms and are free for non-commercial, educational use. The site includes on-line manuals, a development guide, and working examples.|
|Levels:||High School (9-12), College|
|Resource Types:||Topic Tools Miscellaneous, Web Interactive/Java|
|Math Topics:||Computational Geometry|
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