Any news? Logarithmic axes
I've searched the forums and can't find any new information about whether (when) GeoGebra will be able to display graphs with logarithmic axes. I'm especially interested in semi-log plots (logarithmic x-axis) for use in pharmacology (concentration response curves), where linear concentration scales (x-axis) are too small to be meaningful. I'm about to start a new educational project for pharmacology graduate students and on all other accounts GeoGebra seems to be the best tool for my needs. But without being able to display concentration response curves on a semi-log plot, it won't be useful. If log axes are on the plans for the near future (I checked the roadmap, but didn't see any mention there), I can wait and work on other aspects of the project. Otherwise, I may have to find an alternative (and less flexible) solution (like Wolfram's CDF).
If anyone has any information on the status of log axes, I'd really appreciate hearing about it.
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