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2D,3D graph plotting software

  1. Oct 11, 2004 #1
    Hi,
    I downloaded a program called GraphCalc(www.graphcalc.com) a couple of days back, and I have been having fun putting in functions and generating surfaces. Could someone recommend other such softwares(freewares) that are as good or better than the above mentioned. It need not strictly be a graphing program, but I would like to have one a little more functional. I've gone thro' the web, but the lists are quite long and most of them end up being trialwares. So, I thought of asking the experts around for advice.

    'A freeware with a lot of features'...I realise that I'm asking too much, but it's a possibility.


    Thanks,
    Navneeth
     
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  3. Oct 11, 2004 #2
    Did you try gnuplot?
    Its free and one of the best programs out there.
     
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