Google Search Graphs Maths Functions

Google Search Graphs Maths Functions

My inner maths geek loves this: Google now automatically graphs maths functions if you search for them. You can even overlay multiple graphs by separating them with commas, and mouse over the graphs to see specific values. Not necessarily useful everyday, but cool. [via Inside Search]


  • I’d just use Wolfram Alpha ( for this kind of thing.
    Wolfram also shows crazy amounts of information when you do things like ‘population of australia / number of homo sapiens ever’ where you get graphs of things over time and everything.

    • The advantage of this over Wolfram Alpha is that it’s easily zoomable (in either one or both axes), and you can hover to see specific values.

      Unlike Wolfram Alpha, though, it doesn’t seem to do 3d plots, or implicit plots.

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