This program creates and displays graphs in 2D, 3D, and any other spatial dimension beyond the third (hyperspace).
Each graph is creating by providing an equation to specify the locus of points to be created.
A simple scripting language is used to indicate a graph's color, coordinate system (Cartesian, cylindrical, spherical, and polar), create multiple graphs at once, change resolution, and change the dimension.
There are 35 different functions available, including trigonometric, hyperbolic and simple number analysis functions.
Graphs can be viewed as translucent objects or as a solid, wire frame, or set of points. In addition, graphs can be viewed with depth perception either as a stereo pair or anaglyph image.
Graphs can be exported to text files where each point coordinate can be viewed, to a bitmap file, and to an AutoDesk DXF 3D file for manipulation in another 3D program.