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Discussion in 'Mathematics' started by mmmmmaths, Jan 12, 2011.
I need a free graph plotter to either download or use online any good ones you know of?
"y=" works fine
I personally prefer to use autograph for graph plotting.
I find Douglas Butler's presentation's on autograph totally inspirational. He is surely one of the brightest guys I have ever met.
If you got to one of the major maths teaching conferences make sure you sign up for one of this sessions. Alan Catley is very good to. Douglas wins for the incredible depth of his maths. Alan for the flexibility of the ways he uses Autograph to teach maths at lower levels.
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Sorry - previous post got away before I intended!
The prices for Autograph are as shown.
GeoGebra is free (and will save you spending money on GSP or Cabri too).
For a quick graph it's worth also trying http://fooplot.com/index.php? which has functions, polar, parametric and 3D options.
I do like Autograph, we all use it a great deal at school.
I do also like to use one of the free graph plotters on the web as kevchenko has mentioned.
I have a few favourites here.
Illustrate with picture...!
Fooplot. This one is new to me thanks will have a play. Was amused by the "for your urgent graphing needs" link
Thanks Casy good for what I need.
Autograph has been my favourite ever since it was a beta version. Unfortunately I do now need a free version and a very simple one which can be easily used without any understanding of the English language.
(I don't understand the link that you posted weebecka??? It doesn't seem to be relevant to my request.)
The above was a reply to three posters. Here did my paragraphs go? (Using my IPad)
Has anyone tried Microsoft Mathematics 4.0? I notice that it is free to download nowadays.
I'd never heard of it but I'm downloading it now.
I do like freebies!
It's really good Tandy. I like the way it embeds in Word. Now going over to The Student Room to tell them all to get it!