Help A simple function plotter for plotting function, derivative or integral (upto 3 items per plot), and saving the plot as image.

**Plot & use**

Plot upto **3 functions** (or their * Derivatives/Integrals*!) and

**save**as a single

**image**file.

**Insert** these graphs from workspace into any webpage, or **download** and use.

This simple to use function plotter is based on a great web-based plotting tool "openPlaG".

For details of the example functions, see the plot help.

**See also**

There are several online tools available for plotting functions. See, for example, "Online function grapher", "Graphical Function Explorer", "Interactive mathematics", "2D/3D function plotter", "FooPlot", "Function plotter",

[**Note:** Creating graphs from data points is done by charting tools (e.g. "Flot", "jqPlot", "DyGraphs", "jsxGraph".)]

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### Get started!

A content **author** can create/edit a **plot page** which has 3 regions - **Body (with summary)**, **Note** and **Body2**.

When a **plot page** is viewed, **Body** is displayed above the plot, **Note** is displayed here on the left of the plot (this text, for example, is in the **Note** region) and **Body2** is displayed below the plot.

In your **plot page**, you can insert clickable **plot links** (like sin(x)), which will draw plots. When used in **Note Mode**, You can use the **Note** as a tutorial containing properly inserted **plot links**. Inserting a plot link (anywhere in the **plot page**) is easy.

### Plot links

Links to functions can be placed in any of the 3 content regions - **Body,** **Note** or **Body2**.

To insert a clickable plot link -

**Type in**the function text,- convert the
**function text**into a link. - Set Link
**URL**as**1 or 2 or 3**for plotting it as**function 1**or**2**or**3**. - To plot
**derivative**of function (say,**1**), put**1/d**as URL - To plot
**integral**of function (say,**1**), put**1/i**as URL

**Important:** In the editor, use **Advanced** tab in **Insert/Edit Link** popup to set **link class** as "**plot**" (without quotes, off course).

### Examples

f(x) |
g(x) |
h(x) |
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