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Page Revision: 2012/04/27 05:25 How to add an empty graph
You can add a 2D/3D Graph from context menus:

Insert > Plot > 2D / 3D
- A 2D Graph can be added directly typing '@'

Now an empty graph will be added:

Plot equations
Variables to plot equations must be:

'x' and/or 'y' for 3D graphs You have multiple ways to plot equations:

Directly from the plot window
Indirectly, building your equation outside the plot window
Plot Matrices
You can plot figures from matrices (directly or indirectly):

Hints Zooming is done with the zoom tool. If you roll your mouse wheel it zooms both axes together. If you hold 'control' at the same time it just zooms the vertical axis, and if you use 'shift' and the mouse wheel it zooms the horizontal axis.

Plot more than one curve by using the

Equation systems button on the

Functions toolbox.

Examples of 2D & 3D graphs v0.85(pdf) Animations