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* File location in OPL: [https://github.com/openwebwork/webworkopenproblemlibrary/blob/master/OpenProblemLibrary/FortLewis/Authoring/Templates/Precalc/DynamicGraph1.pg FortLewis/Authoring/Templates/Precalc/DynamicGraph1.pg]  * File location in OPL: [https://github.com/openwebwork/webworkopenproblemlibrary/blob/master/OpenProblemLibrary/FortLewis/Authoring/Templates/Precalc/DynamicGraph1.pg FortLewis/Authoring/Templates/Precalc/DynamicGraph1.pg]  
+  * PGML location in OPL: [https://github.com/openwebwork/webworkopenproblemlibrary/blob/master/OpenProblemLibrary/FortLewis/Authoring/Templates/Precalc/DynamicGraph1_PGML.pg FortLewis/Authoring/Templates/Precalc/DynamicGraph1_PGML.pg]  
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Latest revision as of 19:39, 13 June 2015
Dynamically Generated Graph
This PG code shows how to create a dynamically generated graph with labels that is appropriately sized and positioned.
 File location in OPL: FortLewis/Authoring/Templates/Precalc/DynamicGraph1.pg
 PGML location in OPL: FortLewis/Authoring/Templates/Precalc/DynamicGraph1_PGML.pg
PG problem file  Explanation 

Problem tagging: 

DOCUMENT(); loadMacros( "PGstandard.pl", "MathObjects.pl", "AnswerFormatHelp.pl", "PGgraphmacros.pl", "unionTables.pl", ); TEXT(beginproblem()); $refreshCachedImages = 1; 
Initialization:
Dynamically generated graphs require 
Context("Numeric"); $a = random(2,3,1); # left xintercept $b = random(2,4,2); # right xintercept $c = random(5,6,1); # yintercept $k = ($c)/($a * $b); $A = $k; $B = $k*($a  $b); $C = ($k * $a * $b); # # Graph canvas # $gr = init_graph(5,1,5,9,axes=>[0,0],grid=>[10,10],size=>[300,300]); $gr > lb('reset'); # # Graph labels and functions # $gr > lb(new Label ( 4.5,0,'x','black','left','bottom')); $gr > lb(new Label ( 0.25,8.5,'y','black','left','bottom')); $gr > lb(new Label ( 0.25,$c,'y = f(x)','black','left','bottom')); foreach my $i (1..4) { $gr > lb(new Label ( $i,0.5, $i,'black','center','middle')); $gr > lb(new Label ($i,0.5,$i,'black','center','middle')); } foreach my $j (1..8) { $gr > lb(new Label (4.5,$j,$j,'black','center','middle')); } add_functions($gr, "$A*x**2+$B*x+$C for x in <5,5> using color:blue and weight:2"); 
Setup:
For more details on the graph object 
Context()>texStrings; BEGIN_TEXT \{ ColumnTable( "Use the graph to find the missing values. There may be more than one correct answer, in which case you should enter your answers as a comma separated list. If there are no correct answers, enter ${BITALIC}NONE.${EITALIC} $BR $BR (a) \( f(0) = \) " . ans_rule(7).$SPACE. AnswerFormatHelp("numbers"). "$BR $BR (b) \( f \big( \) ".ans_rule(7)." \( \big) = 0 \). ". AnswerFormatHelp("numbers") , image(insertGraph($gr), width=>300, height=>300, tex_size=>700). $BR.$BCENTER. $BR. "Graph of \( y = f(x) \)". $ECENTER , indent => 0, separation => 30, valign => "TOP" ) \} END_TEXT Context()>normalStrings; 
Main Text:
We use a two column format provided by
Using a Many existing questions generate image files with larger dimensions than necessary, but scale them down so as to be unreadable in HTML and PDF output, which makes them hard or impossible to use. If you have the time to make a graph, take the extra time to make it an appropriate size in both HTML and PDF output. 
$showPartialCorrectAnswers = 1; ANS(List($c)>cmp() ); ANS(List($a,$b)>cmp() ); 
Answer Evaluation: 
Context()>texStrings; BEGIN_SOLUTION ${PAR}SOLUTION:${PAR} Solution explanation goes here. END_SOLUTION Context()>normalStrings; COMMENT('MathObject version.'); ENDDOCUMENT(); 
Solution: 