Showing posts with label graph paper. Show all posts
Showing posts with label graph paper. Show all posts

Monday, April 6, 2015

GraphFree - An Online Graphing Tool for Students and Teachers

GraphFree is a new online graphing tool for students and teachers. On GraphFree students can enter plot graph points manually or enter an equation or function to see a graph generated. Each graph can then be saved as an image to use in a document, a presentation, or in a SMART Notebook folder. GraphFree provides a helpful gallery of tutorial videos and an extensive guide for new users.

Applications for Education
GraphFree provides a nice alternative to some expensive graphing calculators and apps. For a lot of high school students GraphFree will provide all of the functions that they need. GraphFree can also be used by teachers to simply download a blank graph to use for in-class graphing assignments done on paper.

Chromebook users might also want to take a look at these Chrome apps for graphing.

Sunday, March 30, 2014

Four Sources of Print-on-demand Graph Paper

Every mathematics teacher I know needs graph paper. If you're a mathematics teacher and find yourself running short on graph paper or you need a graph paper that is different from what your school purchases, try one of these four places for printing graph paper.

Incompetech offers more than forty different graph and lined paper templates. The offerings from Incompetech even includes sheet music ledger.

Print Free Graph Paper offers eight graph paper formats. Print Free Graph Paper allows you to customize the size of the graph before printing.

Math Drills hosts fourteen templates for printing your own graph paper. The templates are in metric and imperial measurements.

Gridzzly is a free tool for designing lined, grid, and graph paper. Simply open the site, select the format for your paper (dots, lines, squares, or hexagons) then choose the spacing for the paper and print it. A ruler at the top of the page indicates the spacing of the dots, lines, squares, or hexagons on your page.

H/T to Lifehacker for Griddzly. 

Monday, September 7, 2009

Chart Go - Quickly Create Charts and Graphs

Chart Go is a free service that allows users to quickly and easily create pie charts, area charts, bar graphs, and line graphs. Chart Go does not require any registration to use the service. To create your chart just select the chart style and chart dimensions. Then enter your y-axis and z-axis data. Chart Go generates your chart based on your specifications and data input. When your chart is done, you can save a copy to your computer or share it via a unique url assigned by Chart Go. My sample chart is pictured below. In my sample I did not include a title or a key, but those options are available.























Applications for Education
Chart Go could be a good tool for students to use when they need to make charts for presentations.

Here are some related items that may be of interest to you:
Widgenie - Quickly Create Charts Out of Spreadsheets
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Saturday, July 11, 2009

Need Graph Paper? Get it Here

Every mathematics teacher I know needs graph paper. If you're a mathematics teacher and find yourself running short on graph paper or you need a graph paper that is different from what your school purchases, try one of these three places for printing graph paper.

Incompetech offers more than forty different graph and lined paper templates. The offerings from Incompetech even includes sheet music ledger.

Print Free Graph Paper offers eight graph paper formats. Print Free Graph Paper allows you to customize the size of the graph before printing.

Math Drills hosts fourteen templates for printing your own graph paper. The templates are in metric and imperial measurements.