# 8 Free Online Math Graphing Tools

If you construct graphs a lot, you may want to check out some great online graphing tools listed below.

1.) Desmos Calculator and Grapher is an excellent online graphing tool that can plot points, graph parabolas, conic sections, and even Fourier expansions.  Aside from being a grapher, it is also an online calculator.

2.) Graph.tk is one of the easiest to use online grapher. It can graph a wide variety of functions including derivatives, absolute value functions, and polar graphs.

3.) Graph Sketch. Graph Sketch is an online graphing software created by Andy Schmitz.  It is capable of graphing standard and parametric functions.  Graph results can either be downloaded or save as page that you can linked to.

4.) Rational Function Plotter. Rational function plotter allows you to plot rational functions. The applet allows you to specify the domain, range, and other properties of graphs such as thickness, gridlines, tick marks, etc.

5.) Function Grapher and Calculator. Function Grapher and Calculator is another tool for graphing functions. Unlike other sites, it is easier to zoom in Equation Grapher.

6.) Wolfram Alpha.  Wolfram Alpha not only plot graphs but also computes for the critical points of graphs such as its local maximum, minimum, roots, etc. Wolfram Alpha can do a lot more than those.  To know more about it,  click here.

7.) GeoGebra. GeoGebra has an online version which can be used for Graphing. called the Applet Start.  Its basically the identical version of GeoGebra.

8.) Holt Online Graphing Calculator.  The Holt graphing calculator can graph up to four functions at a time. Aside from the graph, HOGC also provides a table of integral values.

9. Fooplot. This is another good function plotter. You can plot up to four functions. The output can saved in eps, png, pdf, and svg format.

If you know any good online graphing software, please inform me so we can include it in the list.

## 7 thoughts on “8 Free Online Math Graphing Tools”

1. Hi Guillermo – Thanks so much for including our calculator in your list! This is awesome 🙂 We’ve recently released a bunch of new features and are working on a mobile app. When you have a chance, please check it out and let us know what you think!

http://www.desmos.com/calculator

Happy graphing,
Team Desmos

2. Please consider GraphFree (www.graphfree.com) as well. I made it to create some of the graphs that other sites don’t handle as well. Besides the usual (conics, parametrics, polar, etc.), it also creates slope fields, and it has a straightforward interface for piecewise functions. You can plot up to six functions at once, and you can shade inequalities or the area between curves. It’s completely free, and I hope your readers can benefit from it.