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The VPython materials originally developed for the introductory physics curriculum Matter and Interactions (Chabay & Sherwood, John Wiley & Sons, 2011) are out of date. They have been replaced by content available at:

https://matter-interactions.trinket.io/00_welcome_to_vpython#/welcome-to-vpython/getting-started

For a large number of phyiscs programs written in VPython see

https://www.glowscript.org/#/user/matterandinteractions/folder/matterandinteractions/program/00-Index

These materials have been created by Ruth Chabay and Bruce Sherwood.
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Outdated VPython materials

Author: Bruce Sherwood
Posted: April 5, 2023 at 11:02PM

We have been dilatory in requesting removal of the very old outdated VPython materials at

    https://www.compadre.org/portal/items/detail.cfm?ID=5692&Attached=1

We rarely get requests for the password on those old materials, but it does happen. Perhaps the old materials could be replaced with this advice: see vpython.org and webvpython.org.

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R. Chabay and B. Sherwood, Computer Program VPYTHON FOR INTRODUCTORY PHYSICS (2007), <https://www.vpython.org/>.
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Chabay, R., & Sherwood, B. (2007). VPython for Introductory Physics [Computer software]. Retrieved June 22, 2024, from https://www.vpython.org/
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Chabay, Ruth, and Bruce Sherwood. "VPython for Introductory Physics." https://www.vpython.org/ (accessed 22 June 2024).
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