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But I'll definitely reconsider my opinion. Re: The Uncertainty Principle Calculator You are right, and from my point of view the Uncertainty Principle Calculator is more than a simple calculator. The uncertainty of the quantum variables is calculated from the covariance matrix of the conjugate variables. However, I'm still going to consider your suggestions, as I think they would greatly improve the app. Thanks! Re: The Uncertainty Principle Calculator When I played around with the app, I was able to generate the covariance matrix for the conjugate variables. However, I can't seem to plot the error of the variables with respect to each other, for some reason. The Uncertainty Principle Calculator is a neat little tool indeed. It was able to calculate all the conjugate variables for the Gaussian function without any problems. However, I think it would be much better if it allows the user to specify which variable the output will be plotted against. 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