Graphing Software

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Hi,

I'm currently doing some work with black holes and I need a powerful graphing tool.

Are there any free, downloadable graphing programs that can graph polar coordinates without having to make r(t) = ...?

I have some irreducable functions I need to view.

Thanks!
 

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if u make such program u gotta tell me when ur done and share it
 
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C/C++/Fortran compilers are free and they all have graphing pkges.excel.
 
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Speaking of which, Salford has a free version of their Fortan 90 compiler which includes a graphing package. It's a serious system with a marvelous compiler - one of the best! (It can also integrate with .net so you can take advantage of all it has to offer.)
 
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P.S. I just checked out the Polar Plot package I mentioned earlier - it's probably not suitable so don't bother.
 
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Salford fortran 90? I'll check it out.

Thanks a lot!
 

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