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Create 2D and 3D graphs of parametric functions
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Latest version:1.9

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Process 2D and 3D vector fields and generate graphs of complex and implicit functions. Select between plotting modes and adjust the display settings, including their transparency, fog, texture, reflection, etc. Make use of the built-in space navigator and add spherical, polar and cylindrical coordinates.

CPlot 1.9 for Mac can be downloaded from our software library for free. The actual developer of this free Mac application is com.5gl. The most popular version of the software is 1.3. The application's installer is commonly called cplot.zip.

Our antivirus analysis shows that this Mac download is safe. CPlot was developed to work on Mac OS X 10.7 or later. The size of the latest installation package available for download is 31.3 MB. The program lies within Education Tools, more precisely Science.

From the developer:

Download CPlot For Mac 1.9

CPlot is a function plotter. It draws 2D and 3D graphs of real, complex, parametric, and implicit functions, as well as 2D and 3D vector fields.

You may want to check out more software for Mac, such as iRNAi, Gee or Arcade Math Blocks, which might be similar to CPlot.

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