If you are looking for Graphmatica, you have come to the right place. We explain what Graphmatica is and point you to the official download.
What is Graphmatica?
kSoft’s Graphmatica is a plotting utility for arithmetic and mathematic students. The program can support a large number of graphs on a single screen: a user can have as many as 999 of them in the same grid, for instance. It supports Cartesian function graphing, data plotting, curve fitting, and many other plotting activities: it can plot polar equations, relations, inequalities, parametric equations, and more. It also has computational solving abilities, so users can run numeric solutions at the same time that they use the program to generate a graphic display of integrals and tangents. While it can export graphs as image files, it can also print them.
The program is available in a number of languages, specifically English, Danish, Italian, French, Swedish, Portuguese, Greek, Japanese, and Korean. Users should note that the default limit on graphs per screen is only 25: if more equations are needed or the user requires the whole 999 limit (unusual, but not entirely impossible), the setting should be changed in the Global Settings box. The software can run with Mac OS X as well as Windows and DOS. 32-bit and 64-bit versions are both confirmed to be compatible.
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File types supported by Graphmatica
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About file types supported by Graphmatica
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Last updated: : July 22, 2014