The PlotX application was developed to be a small tool designed for plotting graphs and then making comparisons between the graphs. Up to eight graphs can be plotted at the same time.
This program is useful for students or other investigating or doing work related to graphing functions like, y = 2 * x etc. It will allow you to plot any graphs of y = a(x * x) + bx + c. You can plot up to eight different expressions at a time. These are all in seperate colours, allowing ease of legibility and comprehension of which expression equals which graph.
To use, simply select which ‘expression bank(s)’ you wish to have active by clicking the checkboxes on and off. Then enter the expressions for the graphs which you would like to plot in the corresponding text box.
Next, select your scale. The larger the scale, the longer the graph takes to draw, but the more you see of the graph. Then click, ‘DRAW GRAPH(S)’ when you are ready, and sit back while your graphs are rendered and drawn.
You can change the accuracy and speed of the graph rendering and drawing process, by click ‘ACCURACY/SPEED’. Click on the PlotX logo, in the bottom right hand corner of the screen to see the about dialog for PlotX.
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PlotX is a set of tools for plotting a set of graphs. It also includes a folder containing a set of expressions and scale factors, so that you can make your own graphs if you wish to use a different scale.
PlotX has a set of dialogs which allow you to select which ‘expression bank(s)’ you want to be active.
If any graphs are active, but you don’t want to make a new graph, you can also just move the graph into position and click ‘FIND XY COORDINATES’ to have it automatically place itself where it needs to be.
There is also a list of the expressions in the current expression bank active. This allows you to easily make up expressions that have been made by others and then quickly ‘copy and paste’ the expression as required.
Please feel free to look around the database of expressions, and make your own graphs and compare them to others.
You can also compare the features of PlotX to the other graphing programs we have on GrapherTalk.com, i.e., GrapherStation.
The expressions in the expression bank are in ‘plots’ format. This means that you can enter expressions like y = (x + 1) * (x + 2) into the expression box and it will be automatically interpreted as a plot of [2, 5, 8, 11,…] and the results shown on the graph will be the graph of these numbers.
Many expressions have a ‘type’ box (and a number indicating the plot number). These are the functions used by PlotX. These are placed in a ‘plot’ format for ease of use, and can include ‘+’, ‘-‘, ‘*’, ‘/’, ‘**’ etc.. You can find a full list of these functions in the database.
The expression bank also has a list of points for each expression. This allows you to input more complicated functions into the expressions, such as’sin(x), cos(x), exp(x)’ etc..
PlotX has two modes of operation; ‘auto’ and’manual’. When in ‘auto’ mode, PlotX looks for a ‘description’ tab on the expression you enter in the expression box, and if found, will interpret it as a plot of a set of numbers. The’manual’ mode allows you to enter a set of numbers into the box and control exactly what numbers are plotted on each graph.
PlotX was written using the OpenCascade
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1) Browsing Banks of Graphs Expression Bank
* Select which expression bank(s) you want active
* Enter the expression(s) to be plotted in the corresponding box.
2) Graph Scaling & DRAW GRAPH
* Select the horizontal and vertical scaling
* Click ‘DRAW GRAPH(S)’ when you are ready.
3) Drawing Mode
* Select whether you would like to plot the graph either in grayscale or color
* Click ‘DRAW GRAPH’ when you are ready.
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* Click the logo in the bottom right hand corner to see the PlotX ‘about’ dialog.
* Click the ‘help’ button or the ‘trouble shooting’ button to get help with using the program.
* If you are having problems with downloading or using the program or working with the drawings, drop me an e-mail at [email protected] and I will try to help.
When viewing the graphs on your screen, they take quite a bit of space. This space can be used for more graphs.
Graphing applications have the ability to display multiple graphs in one window. This can be achieved by using a dialog window called a’multiple graph window’. To do this, in the graph window, click on the menu button at the top right hand side. Then go to ‘File->save/print’ to bring up the multiple graph window. After you have logged in, click on the ‘#’ and then the number of the graph you would like to display. Then click on the graph you would like to display. The graph will appear in the corner of the screen to the left, or right of the current graph.
The program is also able to ‘preview’ your graphs before you’save/print’ them. This means the graph is rendered on the screen.
You can also make the graphs appear in a different order.
To do this, right click on the graph you would like to move, and then go to ‘file->edit graphs’ (or click on the blue ‘+’ on the top right hand side of the graph screen).
Now you will see the graph on the left hand side. Go to’move graph’ and drag the graph you want to the top or bottom of the list. The option to’move left’ and’move right’ will appear at the bottom of the list. If you
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PlotX can be used to compare many graphs at once, by selecting from a ‘bank’ of graphs. This feature is very useful for students. By selecting graph ‘bank(s)’ or ‘YATCS Bank(s)’ you can plot up to eight y = 2 * x etc. graphs for comparison.
Graphs of different expressions are plotted in different colours, allowing for ease of legibility and comprehension.
Each graph you plot has an ‘Expression’, which will be the same for each graph for the selected expression bank.
PlotX comes with two expressions banks and two scale of graphs to plot.
LogX is a tool for creating and plotting log plots. It can plot up to sixteen log graphs at once.
Using this application will allow you to plot any log and exponential graphs of the form y = log(a*x) and y = exp(a*x).
You can then manually ‘Select’ which graph you wish to plot using the checkbox ‘Bank of Log Graphs’, and then enter the expression for your graph in the text box provided. Click on the plot button and watch as your graph is drawn.
This application has some options you can control:
This is the colour of your log and exponential graphs when you’select’ them in the ‘Bank of Log Graphs’
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This is the visibility of the grid around your log and exponential plots. When ‘CURSOR’ is selected (the default) you get a visible grid around your graph. When ‘GrID’ is selected, you get a grid which appears the same as your log and exponential plot, but is invisible behind your log and exponential plot.
This is how closely your graph is drawn to your specification. If you are plotting a log graph and increase this value, a graph will be created with a higher resolution. This can be quite slow, so keep an eye on your computer if you are plotting 16 graphs.
This is the speed at which graphs are drawn. With a higher speed, more graph lines will appear on screen at a time, making the graph lines more visible.
This text box shows the build date of the software.
The tools are designed to be used in the following way:
Start PlotX. Click on the ‘Bank of Graphs’ icon or the ‘Expression
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PlotX is a graphical program for plotting graphs of mathematical or mathematical-type expressions. These can be written in the program’s own ‘expression bank’. For example, the ‘x = 2 * y’ expression can be selected and the program plots the y-axis of x = 2 in both figures.
PlotX has a number of features:
* Plot multiple expressions at once with multiple graphs of each;
* Multiple accurate and fast processes for drawing the graphs;
* Easy selection of scales for all graphs, allowing you to set the scale for each graph;
* A choice of nine colours to represent the different graphs (from each expression bank);
* Output graphs to file;
* Built-in expression banks (i.e. banks created by the user);
* Graph formatting tools.
Easy filtering of graphs on x or y axes. Graphs can be sorted according to axis values or labels.
e.g. Graphs plotted by level of detail:
* Plot the y-axis over the x-axis, with 9 levels of details, each level with 1/100 or 1/50 of the x axis.
* Plot the y-axis above the x-axis, with 8 levels of details, each level with 1/20, 1/10, 1/5, 2/5, 3/5, 4/5, 5/5, 6/5, 7/5, 8/5 of the x-axis.
* Plot the y-axis to the right of the x-axis, with 8 levels of details, each level with 1/20, 1/10, 1/5, 2/5, 3/5, 4/5, 5/5, 6/5, 7/5, 8/5 of the x-axis.
* Plot the y-axis to the left of the x-axis, with 8 levels of details, each level with 1/20, 1/10, 1/5, 2/5, 3/5, 4/5, 5/5, 6/5, 7/5, 8/5 of the x-axis.
* Plot the y-axis above and to the right of the x-axis, with 5 levels of details, each level with 1/20, 1/10, 1/5, 2/5, 3/5, 4/5 of the x-axis.
* Plot the y-axis below and to the right of the x
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Minimum System Requirements
Graphics card: At least 512MB (VRAM is double the size of VRAM for your GPU)
CPU: Quad-core is recommended