GraphicsExplorer Free [Updated]

GraphicsExplorer is the world's smallest and fastest interactive equation viewer/plotter, capable of displaying a wide range of
2D graphical formulas. It also supports interactive colors and interactive print with interactively settable resolution.
You can do:
* Plot functions of several types, such as: polynomial, exponential, trigonometric, inverse, matrix, spherical, sinusoidal, exponential, linear,
logarithmic
* Plot from a range of integers and floating point numbers
* Plot from a range of integers, numbers and characters
* Plot from boolean values
* Plot from strings of numbers and letters
* Plot from a range of booleans
* Plot from unknown sets of numbers and letters
* Plot from a range of numbers and letters
* Insert interactive colors
* Insert interactive print

GraphicsExplorer Crack+ [Mac/Win]

GraphicsExplorer Web Page:

- 3D Coordinate View:

GeoGraphics3D is a Java library (1.8 compatible)
which represents math in 3D space.
Its feature set includes the 2D capabilities
of GeoGraphics2D but also includes 3D capabilities.
The model and visual objects are constructed
and arranged in 3D space as needed by the user.
The user can interact with the objects in the 3D space,
the results of any operation are shown
on a 3D viewport.
Most GeoGraphics3D operations are implemented
as filters or overplotting operations
which return a new object representation of the results of the operation.
All operations can be done directly on the object representation.
The output of these operations can be plotted
with GeoGraphics2D (oG) or by connecting the 3D plot object
to a GeoGraphics2D or Graphic class.

GeoGraphics3D Examples:

a) A 2D graphics capability used for complex representation and calculation
in GeoGraphics3D:

b) Multidimensional plotting on an Axis3DViewPort3D:

c) A 3D display capability used to visualize complex math:

- Grid Function:

Grid is a universal plotting tool for presenting data
where the rows and columns are annotated or denoted,
as well as any 3D grid surfaces, including surface models
and images. Grid has an array of functions to manipulate
the grid, including zooming, panning, and a whole lot more
which provides a lot of control over the data presented.
Grid is compatible with other GeoGraphics capabilities.

Grid Examples:

a) Interacting with Seascape's Grids:
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GraphicsExplorer Crack +

GraphicsExplorer provides real-time graphics of several types of equations. Click or drag on the dots and the best fitting function with gradient of the dots plot is calculated.
Unlike other plotting programs, a single function graph will be plotted with any number of constants. The expression is interpreted in the form of a partial differential equation and the resulting numeric equations may be plotted in several ways.
Examples of equations with graphics are:

Examples of formulas without graphics are:

Tags: Differential Equations, Differential Equations Graphics

Author: Jake Roberts & Michael Hensel

Basic Functions for plotting

For displaying a equation you can use the equation variable, which will display the equation and allow the graph to be changed:

Substitute various constant for variable a in the equation by clicking on the symbol a.

For solving a differential equation, you can also use the differential variables and its derivative:

Trial and Error Functions in Differential Equations

Using trial and error functions, see links above.

Overview

Plots, On-Screen Variable Edit, Data Import

Brushes

See function plot_numericEquations()

Main Function Options:
-DEMAINAGREABLE
-DDERIVE
-DECHOCHALLENGER
-DEQUATIONS, which type of equations to plot
-DSKETCH
-DARG
-DVARIABLE_A
-DVARIABLE_B
-DVARIABLE_C
-DGRAPHICS_EXPLORER, activate graphical mode
-DSHOW, display the plot
-DNONNUMERIC
-DLINES
-DVARS
-DFLOWS, which kind of flows to plot
-DFLOWSET
-DHISTORY, save plots
-DGRAPH_XYZ, plot x-y-z variables; the 3 variables need to be -DFLOWSET, -DGRAPH_XYZ
-DVARS, will create a file named VARS.txt
-DOVERLAP, will plot the over lapping plots
-DGRAPH_Y, will create a

What's New in the GraphicsExplorer?

The GraphicsExplorer already allows us to plot some basic functions, constant y and several families of solutions in the case of the cubic equation.
This is very useful for exploring all kinds of linear and non-linear models. From the equation of one linear function to the polynomial it can be analyzed.
With GraphicsExplorer we can connect dots in 2D-space and find the function which fits them. We can also find the best fit of the equation of a line, a polynomial or of other functions.

Performance:

GraphicsExplorer is free. It is powered by the Java2D API that allows it to work even on bad old home PCs. It is rendered as a SVG image, the performance can be improved considerably with wxMathJax.

Quantities:

Simple models, such as the function y=a-bx or y=cx^2+d, can be easily analyzed. Further it can be generalized by offering more constants and more constraining parameters like the coefficients of the polynomial. Linear and non-linear functions can be plotted.

Interfaces:

See the Interfaces page.

This project is under the GPLv3.

Software

The code is partially based on the prezi presentation: "Inspirational relations between Mathematica and other methods, tools and software".

Persons

Contact

Quotes
"The calculator was initially named ‘Polyline’ after the respective feature of this design. Within the graphics-web-technology-community, Polyline was also known as ‘polyline’ since the first release of my project. Therefore, I picked this name for my software. " -

System Requirements For GraphicsExplorer:

Minimum:
Windows 7
OS X 10.9
Ubuntu 12.04
Intel-based Macs with OS X 10.6 or later
Memory:
16 GB RAM
8 GB RAM (if using 4 GB of RAM, choose “Low”)
Recommended:
Intel Core i3
Intel Core i5
Intel Core i7
Intel Core i9
Graphics:
NVIDIA GeForce 7600GT
NVIDIA GeForce 8600 GT
NVIDIA GeForce GTX 260