Graph Maker

1.3 MB   10,077 downloads
1.15f 100% CLEAN Freeware    
3.5/5 18
A lightweight and straightforward application that helps users create bar and line graphs as well as pie charts quickly and with minimum effort

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Graph Maker is a lightweight cross-platform utility that helps users create bar and line graphs as well as pie charts.

It sports a clean and intuitive interface that allows you to set up the parameters with just a few clicks. In order to create a new graph, you are required to specify a name and insert up to six descriptions and values.

Furthermore, the application provides two dedicated dialogs for entering text messages to label graphs along the horizontal and vertical line. You can create multiple configuration profiles and save them to a file.

Before proceeding with the creation process, there are three graph types to choose from, namely bar graphs, line graphs and pie charts.

For each of the aforementioned options, it is possible to copy the information to the Clipboard and paste it into a third-party application, or print it. Additionally, you can switch to full screen mode for a better focus on your work.

During our testing we have noticed that the program offers very good image quality, and no errors showed up. Since there are only a few configurable settings, even a rookie can master the entire process without having to go check out a help manual. On the downside, you cannot export the generated graphs to a file.

All in all, Graph Maker is a simple application that provides an intuitive and clean working environment for helping users generate graphs quickly and with minimum effort. It doesn’t eat up CPU and memory, so it doesn’t burden the overall performance of the computer, nor interfere with other programs’ functionality.

Graph Maker was reviewed by Ana Marculescu
Last updated on August 10th, 2013
Graph Maker - This is the main window of Graph Maker that will enable you to create your graphs on the spot.Graph Maker - Here you can see how a pie chart made with Graph Maker will actually look onto your papers and documents.Graph Maker - From the Options menu of Graph Maker you'll be able to access the printer setup and choose the full screen mode for the application.

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