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My book [1] around the pages 80-100 outlines the theories behind different simplex methods such as Naive-Simplex, Revised-SImplex, Full-tableau-Simplex, Dual Simplex, etc-simplex --. It is very dry stuff and I would like to have some sort of interactive vizualisation of them. I tend to mix different methods together. Does some sort of graphical vizualiser exist about them?

[1] Introduction to linear Optimization, Dimitris Bertsimas, John N. Tsitsiklis, 1997

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Here is a link to a Geogebra Worksheet that uses linear programming. You may be able to build your own worksheets in Geogebra to better suit your needs.

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