I'm just curious which (software)graphing calculator do you use?
I'm learning mathematics right now,calculus.I'm too lazy to plot manually on graph paper.
So do you had any recommendation?
Thanks
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I'm just curious which (software)graphing calculator do you use?
I'm learning mathematics right now,calculus.I'm too lazy to plot manually on graph paper.
So do you had any recommendation?
Thanks
Excel?
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Mats
Ah yes,I never thought of that but I don't have micro$oft office but anyway I have openoffice.
Well actually,it's been a long time since I use excel or should I say,I never really use excel before.Now try and see what's the functionality are open office cal(equivalent to ms excel).
Hmmmm,thanks ......
I use Matlab for everything, even drawing figures.
There's always gnuplot, of course, but it doesn't have the tools that people expect of graphing calculators (finding intersection points, and the like).
I use a graphics calculator, far easier to do it on paper & calculator.
For my degree we used some matlab, but mostly maple :)
MatCad isn't bad.
For a while there I actually used a relatively simple open source graphing calculator. I can't remember its name at the moment (but it was a Windows one).
There was a nifty little open source one that I remember using once or twice before. It was called graphmonkey or something like that. It was functional and did the trick. Its no Matlab... but I would rather drive a railroad spike through my testicle than use excel...
I started using maxima a few weeks ago, rather nice.
At school we use matlab and maple. At home we are encouraged to use Octave (consider it as a free edition of matlab...) and Maple (we get the license for Maple trough school).