I'm looking for a free program to graph relatively straightforward high school functions. I'd like it to produce decently high resolution so I can print it out and make high school math worksheets.

Which program should I use?

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- December 14th 2011, 09:40 PMkablooeyGraphing software
I'm looking for a free program to graph relatively straightforward high school functions. I'd like it to produce decently high resolution so I can print it out and make high school math worksheets.

Which program should I use? - December 15th 2011, 12:21 AMCaptainBlackRe: Graphing software
Excel works

Also see: List of information graphics software - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

CB - January 3rd 2012, 04:53 PMolivianewtonRe: Graphing software
Thanks for sharing it really help me.

- March 13th 2012, 12:56 PMmarystolzRe: Graphing software
thanks for the list very usefull for me

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- March 19th 2012, 06:39 PMtomperrinoRe: Graphing software
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- March 27th 2012, 11:42 PMradhRe: Graphing software
For a very straightforward graph without any of the advanced functions, I use this website: https://www.desmos.com/calculator

You can simply type in a function and it'll show it on the graph, no other complications. - March 28th 2012, 10:16 PMsam88Re: Graphing software
Hi,

there are lot of graphics software available used for graphics, you can search it on the software sites and can draw graph.

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Debra Fine - March 29th 2012, 04:07 AMantoncermakRe: Graphing software
Now a Days lots of Graphics software available in the market, I am working with MindsEye – A nice freeware 3D modeling and rendering suite for Linux users.

miami website designers - March 29th 2012, 05:08 AMemakarovRe: Graphing software
- March 29th 2012, 05:34 AMbiffboyRe: Graphing software
I found some by looking up 'drawing graphs' on Google.

- May 3rd 2012, 09:52 PMdougbRe: Graphing software
I have used a program called Advanced Grapher to prepare graphs for papers, presentations, and one book. It costs $30 (I have enjoyed lifetime upgrades) and is currently available here

Plot graphs, perform regression analysis with Advanced Grapher - May 7th 2012, 01:16 PMMr.MathTypeRe: Graphing software
The 2 I like best are both free:

- WinPlot: http://math.exeter.edu/rparris/winplot.html
- Graph: Graph

- May 29th 2012, 06:32 AMyuanzhoulvRe: Graphing software
There are also several online utilities you can use.

Fooplot ( www.fooplot.com ) will let you save graphs, and if you choose one of the vector formats (PDF, EPS, SVG) they will be fantastic for printing, though you need a program that supports vector image embedding. If you're doing your worksheets in LaTeX this is ideal. Fooplot also has PNG export for those using less-professional programs.

Desmos ( www.desmos.com ) seems to only let you save after logging in, though you could always screenshot it.

graph.tk ( graph.tk ) also lets you save, but doesn't support vector formats.