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Monday, December 11, 2006

Calc5 Makes 3D Graphing Easy

Calc5 is a simple online calculator that lets you plot 2D and 3D graphs as well as do ordinary computations like addition and subtraction. One cool feature is that you can zoom in and out of a 2D graph and pan across it like in Google Maps. Unlike competitor Instacalc, Calc5's emphasis is on making online calculations easy and less on social aspects like sharing calculations.

It's a good lightweight tool when you don't need the power of something like Mathematica or Matlab.
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