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GraphSketcher
GraphSketcher
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GraphSketcher

Version 2.0 test

Fast, simple graph drawing and data plotting app.

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GraphSketcher overview

GraphSketcher is a simple, elegant tool for quickly sketching graphs and plotting data -- but you don’t even need data to get started. It’s perfect for reports, presentations, and problem sets where you need to produce sharp-looking graphs on the fly.

What’s new in version 2.0 test

Updated on Jun 18 2014

Version 2.0 test:
  • Removed errant build phase.

Information

License

Free

Size

5.2 MB

Downloads

3304

App requirements

  • Intel 64
  • OS X 10.8.0 or later
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kctheyso
kctheyso
Nov 12 2019
2.0 test
5.0
Nov 12 2019
5.0
Version: 2.0 test
THANK GOD! I loved the old Omni Graph Sketcher, but once my school replaced my computer, it was gone and I haven't found anything that comes close to replacing it for drawing graphs for tests, etc. I've literally been repurposing old graphs and hoping students don't notice. Now I can draw some new ones. Thank you so much for reviving this application.
Gbisson
Gbisson
Jun 18 2018
2.0 test
5.0
Jun 18 2018
5.0
Version: 2.0 test
This application is just outstanding ... The original application was buy by Omnigroup in 2013 but the product we ultimately suppressed from their catalog. Fortunately, Omnigroup released the source code as the open source the project GraphSketcher (many thanks to them). This very elegant application allows to create rapidly and interactively a large panel of diagrams that are very useful in the context of a business or scientific presentation, of a lecture , etc ... Perhaps somewhat "niche market" (?) probably explaining the commercial failure, but this is really a pity since I don't know any equivalent application ... Kudos for Robin Stewart who created the first release of this program !