Looking for a software utility that would help math students plot various graphs? You?ve just stumbled upon the most hip one. GraphSight 2.0.1 is a newly updated popular and feature-rich comprehensive 2D graphing utility with easy navigation, perfectly suited for use by high-school and college math students. The program is capable of plotting Cartesian, polar, table defined, as well as specialty graphs, such as trigonometric functions (sin, cos, tg, and others). Importantly, it features a simple data and formula input format, making it very practical for solving in-class and homework algebra or calculus problems. The program comes with customizable axis options (color, style, width, grid), and table data import/export options. The one feature that makes it very popular among both math teachers and students is that the graphs the program plots are fully interactive. This object-oriented approach lets the students zoom in and out, see the points of intercept and do much more. Also, the program allows multiple graphs plotting. GraphSight is much easier to use than most similar software titles. Program?s user interface is well labeled and is extremely simple to follow.
The program runs under Windows 98/NT/ME/2000/XP and requires Internet Explorer 5.0 or higher installed. The price of a single copy is only 19 US Dollars. There is an unconditional 60-day money back guarantee. The benefits of registration include removal of all limitations, life-time worth of free updates and responsive technical support. Academic resellers, schools and colleges receive a significant discount for registering multiple copies. There also is a feature limited freeware version of the program called GraphSight Junior. Get your copy of GraphSight now!
Platform: Win98,WinME,WinXP,WinNT 4.x,Windows2000
Link to GraphSight sample code
License: Free To Try
Date Added: Oct 29, 2006
Last check for an update: Oct 21, 2016
Last version date: Feb 04, 2004
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Scan Date: Apr 16, 2008