Companies working in both the science and engineering industries rely on graphing software as a key component of their everyday operations. This type of software must be able to create and display tabular curves and analytical curves in order to meet the demands of any given project within these industries. Graphing software like Graphis 2D and 3D is capable of generating tabular curves in two ways. One is entering data manually into the table. The second is importing data from a Graphis spreadsheet. Analytical curves, such as those that can be used to plot mathematical expressions, are also easily created when the curve definition is manually typed in.
Typically, graph plotting software can perform a wide variety of functions. Graphis 2D and 3D, for example, can be employed from a different program through COM automation. This type of ability offers numerous benefits, including writing codes that control the software by your own dialogs, and making animated films using all of the features on the software.