EqPlot plots 2D graphs from complex equations. The application comprises algebraic, trigonometric, hyperbolic and transcendental functions. EqPlot can be used to verify the results of nonlinear regression analysis program.
Version: 1.3.52EqPlot plots 2D graphs from complex equations. The application comprises algebraic, trigonometric, hyperbolic and transcendental functions.
License: Free To Try $15.00
Operating System: Windows
EqPlot can be used to verify the results of nonlinear regression analysis program.
Graphically Review Equations:EqPlot gives engineers and researchers the power to graphically review equations, by putting a large number of equations at their fingertips.
Up to ten equations could be plotted at the same time, so that intersections and domains could be studied visually.
Understandable and convenient interface:A flexible work area lets you type in your equations directly. It is as simple as a regular text editor.
Annotate, edit and repeat your graphings in the work area. You can also paste your equations into the editor panel.
Example of mathematical expression:
- 22 - (2 * x) + square(x) + power(x;3) + power(55;4) -
- Save your work for later use into a text or graphic file. Comprehensive online help is easily accessed within the program.
- Scientific graphings
Unlimited expression length *Parenthesis compatible *Scientific notation *More than 35 functions *More than 40 constants *User-friendly error messages *Simple mode (medium size on desktop)
- Paste expressions into EqPlot *Comprehensive documentation *All the benefits that Windows bestows, such as multi-tasking and print formatting are available
Version 1.3.52: Improved the overall performance of the program
Version 1.3.51: All functions optimized (2 - 4 times faster now)
Version 1.3.50: Incorporation of high-performance functions into the calculating routines
Version 1.3.49: Dynamic functions for larger interger
Version 1.3.48: Enhanced functions for program's interface unit
Version 1.3.47: Enhancement through implementation of std functions into the calculation interface
Version 1.3.35: Enhancement of the underlying algorithms
Version 1.3.34: Higher accuracy and larger extents
Version 1.3.32: Higher precision improvements
Version 1.3.31: Higher accuracy and larger extents