I 'm using geogebra to check scientific formula and get an animated feedback, but it seems that i'm reaching the limits : I have fitted tables of data with degree 9 polynoms , and when i want to use these polynoms o define another more complicated function, geogebra seems to become unstable and excessively slow : instead of the function expression i entered there is only a grey area in algebra window of geogebra. So before giving up ggb for python i want to be sure there is nothing more clever i could do to ease geogebra computations: ideally what i would like to do is to replace the analytical expressions that are too heavy for ggb by tables of values and define a new function from such table (interpolating) to avoid using analytical expressions anymore. Is this possible and how in ggb ? Also is it possible to lower the precision of internal computations in geogebra?
Eventually it seems that the problem is merely that the expressions are too long to be written correctly in ggb algebra window using mode "value". using "description" or "definition" showing modes seems to solve the issue . Appart from this Something strange is that many texts in this forum or in other ggb webpages are written in norway language and are not translated automatically by browsers...
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