[Blindmath] Signal processing materials

Tami Jarvis tami at poodlemutt.com
Sat Jan 19 11:34:59 CST 2013


Raju,

Thank you for asking your questions! I have just learned a ton from 
reading the answers, too. Now I just need a good excuse to drop 
everything and go play with SVG draw... /smile/

Tami

On 01/19/2013 01:51 AM, Raju singh wrote:
> Hi sirs, thanks a tonne for all of your valuable commences. As i am reading this mailing lists, i am learning a lot. Thanks again!
> -----Original message-----
> From: Pranav Lal
> Sent:  19/01/2013, 3:00  pm
> To: 'Blind Math list for those interested in mathematics'
> Subject: Re: [Blindmath] Signal processing materials
>
>
> Hi Raju,
>
> Yes, you can draw almost any shape with SVGDraw. You however need to think
> in terms of the Cartesian coordinate system. You will use the line command
> to start drawing a triangle. Think about how you want the triangle and
> imagine that you are drawing it on a graph paper. The only difference is
> that your origin is at the top left corner of the screen. This is the case
> for all computer graphics programs. If you need to draw complex curves, then
> yes, you need to learn a little SVG specifically how paths are constructed.
> This is because you will need to enter coordinates in the form of a path
> string to draw the curve.
>
> As for  the vOICe, see the audio chats Brian Shaw and I did for CAVI. They
> are linked from the http://www.seeingwithsound.com website. They provide a
> good introduction to the program.
>
> Pranav
>
>
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