tag:blogger.com,1999:blog-1364629727248557844.post2997603039740929509..comments2010-03-30T10:15:32.300+11:00Comments on The Mathematical Bricoleur: Creating nomograms in RGBhttp://www.blogger.com/profile/01100913350264083875noreply@blogger.comBlogger2125tag:blogger.com,1999:blog-1364629727248557844.post-2055994807332233492010-03-30T10:15:32.300+11:002010-03-30T10:15:32.300+11:00Sorry for the slow response, Peter.
This one comp...Sorry for the slow response, Peter.<br /><br />This one computes the difference between a perpetuity and an annuity of term <i>n</i> periods, both at interest rate <i>i</i> per period. <br /><br />This is not a very useful function, it's just a simple function that I was playing with to see whether I could generate the nomogram. <br /><br />This is part of an attempt to produce nomograms fitted to data. Pynomo (http://www.pynomo.org) draws nicer nomograms than this, but I needed something to quickly produce nomograms in R so I could see how my fitted equations work. It turned out to be relatively easy to get something basic up.GBhttps://www.blogger.com/profile/01100913350264083875noreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-1364629727248557844.post-16511326341501604562010-03-12T14:33:54.279+11:002010-03-12T14:33:54.279+11:00There is an interesting article on nomography in m...There is an interesting article on nomography in my old 1957 Encyclopedia Britannica, including a simple one for the 3 sides of a right triangle.<br /><br />What does yours here do?Peterhttps://www.blogger.com/profile/04875668909485036128noreply@blogger.com