Here are a series of dynamic graphs for understanding various abstract concepts that are best explained by using visual presentation and motion. Many of them are about using basic economic principals of supply, demand, revenue and profit. To view these graphs you should use the Microsoft Internet Explorer with the Adobe SVG Viewer plug-in installed. You can download one from Adobe by going here.
Finished with Version 1
These dynamic graphs are intended for educational use as reusable learning objects. These the economics graphs all use linear demand curves, which is usually a good approximation to reality over a short range of prices.
Here are the graphs I have not done yet. Let me know which ones might help out in your classes.
The slider object in these examples was take from MecXpert web site.
If you are non-profit organization and would like to use these dynamic graphs in your courses, please feel free to do so but please give me credit for the work I have done. If you do use them and your students like them, please let me know and I will create more of them based on your classroom feedback.
If you are for-profit organization and would like to use these dynamic graphs in your course materials please contact me about using them. I can also create dynamic graphs that are customized for your training needs.
Note: I have not been able to get these to work under FireFox 1.5 (which does have native SVG support) or the Apache Batik viewer. Please let me know if you have any suggestions. I am willing to make small changes for compatibility but not large changes that require significantly more code. To allow others to reuse these dynamic graphs we need to keep them as simple as possible.