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KMPLOT(1)							 KDE User's Manual							 KMPLOT(1)

NAME
kmplot - mathematical function plotter SYNOPSIS
kmplot [file] [KDE Generic Options] [Qttm Generic Options] DESCRIPTION
KmPlot is a mathematical function plotter for KDE. It has a powerful built-in parser. You can plot different functions simultaneously and combine them to build new functions. KmPlot supports parametric functions and functions in polar coordinates. Several grid modes are supported. Plots may be printed with high precision in the correct scale. KmPlot also provides some numerical and visual features, like filling and calculating the area between the plot and the first axis, finding maximum and minimum values, changing function parameters dynamically and plotting derivatives and integral functions. KmPlot is part of the KDE edutainment module. OPTIONS
file File to open SEE ALSO
More detailed user documentation is available from help:/kmplot (either enter this URL into Konqueror, or run khelpcenter help:/kmplot). There is also further information available at the KDE edutainment website: http://edu.kde.org/kmplot/. AUTHORS
KmPlot was written by Klaus-Dieter Moller <kdmoeller@foni.net>, Matthias Messmer <bmlmessmer@web.de> and Fredrik Edemar <f_edemar@lin- ux.se> AUTHOR
Ben Burton. K Desktop Environment May 25, 2005 KMPLOT(1)

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KMPLOT(1)							 KDE User's Manual							 KMPLOT(1)

NAME
kmplot - mathematical function plotter SYNOPSIS
kmplot [-f, --function argument] [file] [KDE Generic Options] [Qt(TM) Generic Options] DESCRIPTION
KmPlot is a mathematical function plotter for KDE. It has a powerful built-in parser. You can plot different functions simultaneously and combine them to build new functions. KmPlot supports parametric functions and functions in polar coordinates. Several grid modes are supported. Plots may be printed with high precision in the correct scale. KmPlot also provides some numerical and visual features, like filling and calculating the area between the plot and the first axis, finding maximum and minimum values, changing function parameters dynamically and plotting derivatives and integral functions. KmPlot is part of the KDE edutainment module. OPTIONS
-f, --function argument Initial function to plot file File to open SEE ALSO
More detailed user documentation is available from help:/kmplot (either enter this URL into Konqueror, or run khelpcenter help:/kmplot). There is also further information available at the KDE edutainment website[1]. AUTHORS
KmPlot was written by Klaus-Dieter Moller kdmoeller@foni.net, Matthias Messmer bmlmessmer@web.de and Fredrik Edemar f_edemar@linux.se AUTHOR
Ben Burton <bab@debian.org> Author. NOTES
1. the KDE edutainment website http://edu.kde.org/kmplot/ K Desktop Environment 2010-10-06 KMPLOT(1)
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