What is Graph?

Graph is a program designed to draw graphs of mathematical functions in a coordinate system and similar things. The program is a standard Windows program with menus and dialogs. The program is capable of drawing standard functions, parametric functions, polar functions, tangents, point series, shadings and relations. It is also possible to evaluate a function for a given point, trace a graph with the mouse and much more. For more information on using the program see How to use Graph.

Graph is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the terms of the GNU General Public License. Newest version of the program as well as the source code may be downloaded from http://www.padowan.dk.

Graph has been tested under Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows Vista and Windows 7, but there may still be bugs left. If you need help using Graph or have suggestions for future improvements, please use the Graph support forum.

When you send a bug report, please write the following:

  • Which version are you using? This is shown in the HelpAbout Graph dialog box. You should check that you are using the newest version as the bug may have been fixed already.

  • Explain what happens and what you expected to happen.

  • Explain carefully how I can reproduce the bug. If I can't see what you see, it is very difficult for me to solve the problem.