Is there such software, that I can use the PC for graphing?

Like, there are somethings that take too long to graph on ti-89, especially with accuracy. I would like to know how to use my PC to graph.

Thank you.
 

mgb_phys

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Gnuplot is free, easy and can plot 2d and 3d functions as well as data.
You could also use excel
 
I downloaded it, but only the source code. Can't find a windows-dumbed down .exe installation file. I don't have much time to compile and all that :(
 
I just installed Maxima. I can't find the option to graph polar equations, just regular, parametric, and discrete.
 
http://www.mathgv.com/mgv3_1.exe [Broken]
 
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mgb_phys

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Just download the gnuplot gp43win32.zip package for the windows binary.
 

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