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Plot mathematical functions with this graphing utility.
I am developing an Algebra Solver Simplifier that would, in one year, get tens of thousands impressions daily. I want to use your function but need a brief description of the functions (add, translate,scale) etc. Pls contact me by mail. Thanks in advance P.S I'm an oldie so be easy with me :)
How do yoou plot an implicit surface?
Great work! Thanks! :)
It would be nice if i can adjust the dimensions.
graph.tk is great.
PS: Visiting above site http://url3.tk/ my virus protection throws trojan warning.
Great job! It is very useful. I would like to report a problem: The cube root is defined for both positive and negative numbers (and clearly for 0). For example, the cube root of -8 is -2. But your application only shows the function for non-negative values of x.
need for data ploy
Thats a great webpage, awesome is better word, I was just curious, does your webpage contain any server side scripting that does all the calculations for the graph?
Very nice graph plotter, however, theres a fundamental lack of being able to adjust domain/range (unless i missed something). Otherwise near perfect, good job.
This is so cool! Wolfram alpha should use stuff like this.
hey ,great software dude ....i liked its precision and speed ...
Very good and accurate. Can I download this software? keep it ip
Thanks. It can work offline if you are using Chrome or Safari. Just go to http://graph.tk/ once while connected, and then it will still work while you're offline. Otherwise you can save the page, however that is not recommended since it won't update to the latest version.
Is there a Python interface?
awesome! found it very useful.. very nice formula editor!
The "\" doesn't work.
Use "/" for division and use "\sqrt" etc for symbols. "\" on it's own will have no effect. Does "\pi" work?
Cool stuff Antony...
awesome! now can you make this somehow process sweep an amazing dubstep bass drop??? thx...
Gonna use it for Maths homework ;). And I've also found a bug by drawing a graph of the values in M: Hassium it got 269 (wikipedia says so) not 277 as atomic weight ;).
Thanks, I'll check that out.
I prefer the program grapher for macs
this is insane!! great job!!
Yay! 1st comment. Nice job btw.