Eudox
is a calculator for your computer. It is totally free of charge to download
and use. Eudox can calculate, evaluate and visualize all kinds of values,
expressions and data. It is designed to be a small program delivering
quick answers. Eudox can create any kind of plots and makes it easy to
copy them in to your assignments. You access both symbolic and numeric
algorithms from Eudox such as derivative, integrate, intersection and
curve fitting just to name a few.
Create graphics for your
assignments
Eudox
can create plots for both one and two independent variables and visualize
them in curves, parametric curves, density images or 3D plots. You can
also add a lot of options so that the graphics looks exactly the way you
want. You can then export the graphics to a for example a word processor
with just a click.
You can also import data from a file, process the data and show the data
with Eudox.
There are also possibilities to combine several curves and data in one
plot. The possibilities are endless.
Eudox uses an advanced algorithm to scale and draw the axes correct, this
even works with functions that contains singularities. However, you can
always scale the function by your self if you are not satisfied.
When you create 3D plots with Eudox you can rotate the plot just by holding
down your left mouse button and drag the mouse in some direction. This
makes it easy to choose a good angle of the plot. Eudox uses an advanced
algorithm to make the light effects of the 3D plot look nice and it's
fast to draw.
Eudox has a meter that shows how much of the calculation that is done.
This is handy when you do large plots, because you know how long Eudox
will take to finish. Most of the calculations made by Eudox are done so
fast that you don't even notice that the meters moving.
Access algorithms from Eudox
Eudox
has a very powerful derivative function. It can find the derivative for
all elementary functions!
You can also calculate the numerical rate for a function on a specific
x value.
Eudox can also handle numerical integrals, intersections, sums, products,
curve fitting and much more. You can always choose how exact you want
your result to be to compromise both speed and precision.
