A blog about physics at The Tatnall School in Wilmington DE - student work, demonstrations, lesson ideas, and reflections on standards-based grading
What platform are you on? I use OmniGraffle Pro, but it's Mac only.
Omni GraphSketcher. Hands down the best for piecewise/hand drawn graphs. See my review, Omni GraphSketcher, will you marry me?Mac only, but that's not a problem for you. And, by the way, when are you joining twitter? :)
John convinced me to give Omni GraphSketcher a try and it is worth every penny. You can also quickly copy and paste data into it and do linear fits if needed.
Alright, Omni GraphSketcher's pretty cool. I do wish that it could draw functions, but it's probably not actually all that necessary for me. Win for the webs! Followup: were I to join Twitter, what would be the three easiest things that I could do to get the most out of it?
Geogebra's nice for diagrams, too! Thanks for the great tips, everyone!