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Leave that graph paper in the drawer: GraphDraw 2.57 adds up

By Chris Williams. Published: 1st Nov 09:43:55 | Permalink | Printable

Whether you are predicting product sales or plotting a cubic spline (which does sound a little painful), Dr Chris Johnson's GraphDraw has it all covered.
The latest version of his freeware mathematical application (2.57) features:

  • Entry and editing of x,y data values
  • Best straight line
  • Best parabola
  • Polynomial equations
  • Cubic spline
  • Plotted points or joined lines

GraphDraw will also allow the resulting graph to be printed, or exported as a draw file for inclusion in documents, or as a multiplot file to allow several graphs to be

Want more? Click here for Andrew Harmsworth's review
GraphDraw 2.57

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