Graph mathematical application is something of the Unique Simple Thing kind. Unique Simple Thing is a thing, which you load and start to work, and all is simple. And when you need more advanced functionality, it IS just where it SHOULD be, and can be used in the same, simplest possible, manner. And when you need more options, you have. And when you think «OK, but can your Simple Thing do THIS», it definitely CAN.
Graph just draws mathematical functions graphically. Just. But having started to use it, youll find more and more flexibility and thoughtfulness. Functions to draw can be defined in several forms: y(x), y(t) and x(t), or polar r(t). Besides the functions, you can add independent point series to graph. When the function (or functions any number of them!) are here, you can graphically analyze them through tangents and normals to the selected point or shading of some areas; numerically analyze them to obtain lengths, area squares, and data series. Besides this, you can easily modify the overall graphs field with custom text labels, shading of some areas and adjustment of axis. Moreover, you can adjust your entire environment by introducing new functions and constants (the last ones allow you even more cool things: to receive function animation by constant change). And all described adjustments and changes are as evident and flexible as you ever can expect!
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