Graph plotter program plots 2D graphs from complex equations. The application comprises algebraic, trigonometric, hyperbolic and transcendental functions. EqPlot can be used to verify the results of nonlinear regression analysis program.
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Description: Graph plotter program plots 2D graphs from complex equations. The application comprises algebraic, trigonometric, hyperbolic and transcendental functions. EqPlot can be used to verify the results of nonlinear regression analysis program.
Graphically Review Equations:
Equation graph plotter gives engineers and researchers the power to graphically review equations, by putting a large number of equations at their fingertips. The program is also indispensable for students and teachers.
Understandable and convenient interface:
A flexible work area lets you type in your equations directly. It is as simple as a regular text editor. Annotate, edit and repeat your graphings in the work area. You can also paste your equations into the editor panel.
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