MathGrapher

MathGrapher

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With MathGrapher, you can visualize function equations, parametric equations, and/or polar equations. You can also animate an equation by defining the range of one or more parameters: a, b, c, or d.

Here are some examples:

Function equation:
1.
y = a*x^2 + b*x + c

2.
y = log(2,x)

Parametric equation:
x = a*sin(t); y = b*cos(t)

Polar equation:
r = a*cos(b*t + pi/2)

You can select equations from the equation gallery that contains some predefined equations.

You can save the equations for later use.

Tags: polar equation sin cos, 数学绘图, mathgrapher, 數學繪圖javascript.

Recently changed in this version

Added an equation gallery, from where you can select predefined equations.

Equations can be saved.

Fixed the bug related to lg, ln, and log


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Comments and ratings for MathGrapher
  • (70 stars)

    by Abhishek Chauhan on 27/01/2014

    AMAZING, the best app.

  • (70 stars)

    by Aaditya Cs on 26/07/2013

    good app

  • (70 stars)

    by Duc Le on 21/07/2013

    I like it very much, but when I edit an expression,instead of inserting or changing in the middle of the text,deleting all and typing again. can you fix it? Thank you very much:3

  • (70 stars)

    by Kim Bryan Bueno on 14/03/2013

    Very helpful

  • (70 stars)

    by A Google User on 27/02/2013

    But I m searching for grapher which can plot equation also.

  • (70 stars)

    by Frode Thorsen Børseth on 22/01/2013

    This is a powerful and simple grapher, and lets you graph most if not all of functions and parametric equations that you want to see. Although your equations must be functions, and the way you change any function after creating it can be cumbersome, it's

  • (70 stars)

    by Frode Thorsen Børseth on 22/01/2013

    This is a powerful and simple grapher, and lets you graph most if not all of functions and parametric equations that you want to see. Although your equations must be functions, and the way you change any function after creating it can be cumbersome, it's