FindGraph successfully pretends to be a technicians or a mathematicians desktop program for every day (just like Notepad or Calculator is for other users). The software easily, quickly and elegant does all about 2D-graphs «on-the-fly» operations.
Assume you have some statistical data in the table format, or a graph image copied from a book, or a formula, and you want to study that data through graphs. FindGraph would be the right choice for you! With this nice tool you can easily digitize a raster image (like BMP or GIF) captured from an external source, draw your own graph or select one from «Famous Graphs Library»; but the real magic comes in when you get to working with the punctual data (you can enter it from text or Excel files, copy/paste it from clipboard or enter it manually.) FindGraph provides the widest ever seen capabilities for approximating those points and estimating the approximation errors. There is the regression analysis tool (to determine the best linear regression parameters) alongside with numerous different curve-fitting algorithms. The really unique thing about FindGraph is that you can edit the data points in its image editor (remove unwanted erroneous values, or add some to make the curve more precise.) There is also the filter tool to help you determine the «noise» points.
Finally, FindGraph can export your work results to different formats and print them.
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