Interval calculator

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NOTE: not working since the migration from Wikispaces, due to MediaWiki's handling of JavaScript :(

A working copy of the calculator lives here: [Interval Calculator | UnTwelve]

Insert a 'n/d', a floating point number, or an interval from an equal division of the octave below. Equal divisions are entered by means of x\y, where x\y means "x steps out of y EDO." For example, 7\12 means 7 steps out of 12-EDO, and refers to the 700 cent interval. To enter a number of cents, simply type c\1200, where c is the number of cents you want.

Linear rational approximations (convergents in bold, semi-convergents in normal typeface): EDO approximations (written as DEGREE\EDO; convergents in bold, semi-convergents in normal typeface):