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DIY graphing calculator made with Beagleboard
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Sick of being harassed just for trying to extend the functionality of your graphing calculator? Matt from Antipasto Hardware has the solution with his 100% Open Source HW/SW R-Based Graphing Calculator. Based around the Beagleboard embedded Linux hardware, it can run the sophisticated R programming language. Looks great! Of course, the hardware costs a bit more than the proprietary calculators. Anyone want to port this to Android?

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    1. Thats a fair point. I guess I’ll stick to running it in a chrooted Ubuntu environment on top of the Linux kernel on my phone, then!

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