Meet Plots: A Mathematical Graph Plotting App for Linux Desktop

Plots is a graph plotting application that makes it easy to visualize mathematical formulae. You can use it for trigonometric hyperbolic exponential and logarithmic functions along with arbitrary sums and products.

Plots is a simple application inspired by graph plotting web apps like Desmos. It allows you to plot graphs of different math functions which you can enter interactively as well as customizing the color of your plots.

Written in Python Plots takes advantage of modern hardware using OpenGL. It uses GTK 3 and thus integrates well with the GNOME desktop.

Using plots is straightforward. To add a new equation click the plus sign. Clicking the trash icon deletes the equation. There is also the option to undo and redo. You can also zoom in and zoom out.

The text box where you type is equation friendly. The hamburger menu has a 8216help8217 option to access the documentation. You8217ll find useful tips on how to write various mathematical notations here. You can also copy-paste the equations.


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