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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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.
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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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.
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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
The 2 I like best are both free:
- WinPlot: http://math.exeter.edu/rparris/winplot.html
- Graph: Graph
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.