Here you can curve fit and surface fit your 2D and 3D data online with
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To begin, select an equation family from the drop-down menus above or try
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CNRI Handle Extension for Firefox embeds a handle/DOI name resolver in the browser. It finds handles and DOI names used as references in web pages, in a variety of formats, sends them directly to the Handle System for resolution, and gets back current information about the identified entity, e.g., current location. The results of that handle resolution are used to determine browser behavior, e.g., display the current version of a document even if it has been moved since the creation of the reference.
After installing this extension in your Firefox browser, you will be able to directly access handle URIs like
or Digital Object Identifier URIs like
by typing them into the address bar, clicking on links with such references, or even having one as the source of an image.
Your browser will resolve these handles using the native Handle System protocol. What's more, if you do follow a link to a web-to-handle proxy server (e.g., http://hdl.handle.net/4263537/4000 or http://dx.doi.org/10.1000/1), your browser will recognize this and use the native Handle System protocol instead.
The extension will automatically detect if a firewall prevents direct handle resolution and will fall back to using a web-to-handle proxy server in that case.
A configuration option can turn off redirecting to URLs embedded in the handle values, allowing you to examine the structure of the handle record. ·
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LeechBlock is a simple productivity tool designed to block those time-wasting sites that can suck the life out of your working day. All you need to do is specify which sites to block and when to block them. ·
Free browser add-on from Mozilla Labs that keeps your bookmarks, saved passwords, browsing history and open tabs backed up and synchronized, with end-to-end encryption for your privacy and security. Synchronize Your Firefox Experience Across Desktop and Mobile The Weave Browser Sync add-on for Firefox is now generally available to seamlessly bridge your desktop and mobile Firefox experiences. Using this free browser add-on from Mozilla Labs, you can securely access all of your personal data across all of your supported devices, making your Web experience instantly more personal and useful. Weave Browser Sync backs up and synchronizes your bookmarks, saved passwords, browsing history and open browser tabs. And all of your data is encrypted end-to-end to ensure your privacy. Future releases of Weave Browser Sync will add support for backing up and synchronizing your browser add-ons, search plugins and other customizations and ultimately everything that makes your Firefox and Web experience personal. ·
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