Anything free that is?
BTW, I have a biological aversion to Gnuplot.
Install wine for OSX and try out http://graphcalc.com/
Hmmm, I don't really want to spend half a day messing around with Wine. I'd prefer a native OS X app.
Gnuplot's wonderful. In fact, it's one of the best graphing utilities on the planet, mainly because you can script it and embed it within a flow involving other programs.
Not sure if that's exactly what you're looking for. But it allows you enter equations and nice way. For example, if you type (5x^2)/2 it will format it for you.
Thanks. I love grapher, but I want to import my own data and grapher won't let me do this.
Thanks. I'm not sure I really want to battle with gnuplot one more time. It nerds me out. Plus, it doesn't allow you to rotate surfaces in real time.
I'm amazed there isn't a simple free 3d scientific visualization code for the mac.
Paraview looked simple, but it requires writing data in vtk format which seems quite complicated. I haven't been able to find a good vtk tutorial on the web.
Whatever happened to that graphing software that came with the MacOS? I think it was a basic version and you paid if you wanted a premium version that allowed implicit functions. It was very pretty.
Thanks. It's called Grapher. See my answer above.
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