This tool helps review a set of equations as graph plots for visualization.
EqPlot helps engineers, researchers and students to be able to review equations graphically by plotting them. The workspace available lets you enter the equations very simply, much like you would through a text editor. It is simple to annotate the equations, edit them conveniently and manipulate them in the work area. It is possible to get equations into the work area simply through the clipboard. Equations can be saved into a text/graphic file for use later. When entering the equations, you are able to use standard operator symbols, a range of built-in functions that include algebraic, transcendental, trigonometrical and hyperbolic ones. Many math functions are available for use in your equations. Up to ten equations could be plotted at the simultaneously. It will help you study intersections and domains visually too.
The equations entered could be commented as text after proper mathematical expression is ignored by the compiler. Any comment you need can be entered after the equations. As a convenience and to avoid errors, all the algebraic, trigonometric, hyperbolic and transcendental routines map directly to Intel 80387 FPU floating point machine instructions and are executed accurately. You can define Xmin, Xmax and the edit box allows you to step through the smaller intervals. A click on the “plot” button gets the plotting done immediately. Error message are easily understandable and the interface is simple. This is a very good tool that will prove handy to anyone working with equations and with a need to visualize them.