Create your own interactive computation directly in the browser. Share on the web.

Puzlet is a set of software libraries for scientific computing in the browser.
The heart of Puzlet is the **blab** (short for we** b lab**),
a web page for interactive computation and graphics.
Learn more about Puzlet.

Blabr is a web app built on the Puzlet foundation. Blabr makes it easy for you to create your own blabs. It comes with a whole lot of demos and examples to get you started. Try it now!

Check out the Blabr blog featuring all kinds of blabs.

These blabs are adapted from Space Math @ NASA ILabs (interactive Excel spreadsheets). Each blab lets students experiment with a variety of mathematical models for planetary structure, heat flow and rotation among other modeled properties.

A common feature is to interactively 'fit' real-world data with a linear equation, where sliders control the slope and intercept values.

This repository includes a medley of blabs from the STEM fields—science, technology, engineering and mathematics. Examples:

This repository includes blabs related to:

In scientific disciplines, a toy problem is a problem that is not of immediate scientific interest,
yet is used as an expository device to illustrate a trait that may be shared by other, more complicated,
instances of the problem, or as a way to explain a particular, more general, problem solving technique.

— Wikipedia (12/01/14)

This repository includes a range of interesting toy problems. Examples: power spectral density, mobile phone noise figure, feedback control.

Developed by Martin Clark and Gary Ballantyne (Haulashore Limited). Follow us on Twitter.