Group Explorer

Group Explorer is mathematical visualization software for the abstract algebra classroom.It helps the user visualize group theory, builds students’ intuition, and enables experimentation with groups

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  1. Rosebrock, Stephan: Visual group theory. A computer-oriented geometric introduction. (2020)
  2. Garat, Alcides: Tetrads in low-energy weak interactions (2018)
  3. Allocca, Michael P.; Graham, Jason M.; Price, Candice R.; Talbott, Shannon N.; Vasquez, Jennifer F.: Word length perturbations in certain symmetric presentations of dihedral groups (2017)
  4. Gupta, C. K.; Shetty, B. Shwetha; Lokesha, V.: On the graph of nilpotent matrix group of length one (2016)
  5. Leuders, Timo: Subject matter analysis with a perspective on teacher education -- the case of Galois theory as a theory of symmetry (2016) MathEduc
  6. Schubert, Claus; Gfeller, Mary; Donohue, Christopher: Using Group Explorer in teaching abstract algebra (2013) MathEduc
  7. Carter, Nathan C.: Visual group theory. (2009)