I'm curious as to what programs you guys use to draw diagrams and graphs :)

I myself have been using Geogebra which seems like a good option to me, but I'm looking for alternatives which can draw even nicer diagrams as I notice that my diagrams are often replaced by cleaner-looking ones. (thanks staff!)

Maybe I'm not utilising Geogebra to its full capacity to draw nicer diagrams, but I'd appreciate it if you guys could tell me what programs you use to draw diagrams :)

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TopNewestWe use Figma, which is a free for students, for images.

We use Mathematica for accurate graphs.

I also use Omnigraffle, which is a paid Mac product.

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We usually use a program called Figma, but it costs money and is still under heavy development.

For free software I'd recommend Inkscape. I do still use it sometimes.

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@Calvin Lin@Jason Dyer I think you guys are the most suitable people here to answer this question

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