Autograph is the only software to let you visualise maths in 2D and 3D with ease. There are no arcane commands to learn - just point and click. Left click to select an object and right click for a context sensitive menu of mathematical actions. With Autograph, it's just you and the maths - free to go wherever enquiry takes you!
Optionally control Autograph from an iPad or Tablet PC wirelessly as you roam the classroom.
See a video of The Perse School, Cambridge, using Autograph this way.
Secret Weapons ...

Autograph has three secret weapons to give you complete control.

1. Slow Plot: the essential tool for "what happens next?"
2. Dynamic Constant Controller: see changes on the fly, with steps
3. Dynamic Animation Controller: brings maths to life
Easily import data, represent it in Autograph, then export to Word or Web
There's lots of educationally useful UK and world data on the Autograph website, but you can import data from anywhere on the web, or from Excel for instance, directly into Autograph by simple copy and paste.
Represent, manipulate and analyse your data dynamically in Autograph with mathematical rigour and precision - proper histograms are offered for example, with variable class interval widths - then copy and paste into Word documents to print and share, or save it as a web page.

Getting Going with Autograph

To get started with Autograph, you might like to take a look at some short videos in the Videos and Resources sections which will show you Autograph in action.

If you'd prefer to concentrate on learning your way around Autograph's interface, then here's a good video about the Standard Level of operation for starters, and some excellent Getting Going videos at the start of the Autograph Video Tutorial series here.

Use Photos or Images as backgrounds to bring STEM topics to life

Now you can bring maths to life with photos and images as your background. Import any graphic image, adjust the opacity so you can see your graphed model clearly, and fit functions to natural phenomena - whether it be fitting a quartic through five points to find the equation of an arch, or the trajectory of a projectile, or geometric features of architecture. A great way to relate maths to real world phenomena and engage attention. In Autograph 3.3, image handling has been improved: you can paste or drag image files into Autograph, and you can drag images straight off Firefox pages.

Geometry has been expanded, with new angle measurement tools and marking. Text annotation is now dynamic too. There's a dockable results box, tabbed workspaces and a redesigned and expanded Help and Training system and more! In Autograph 3.3, many of the routines have been fine-tuned and operation is smoother.

There is a superb new "Save to Web" facility. Autograph activites can be quickly created and saved to HTML (eg for use in a VLE or Wiki). Anyone opening such an activity for the first time in Internet Explorer, Firefox or Safari will automatuically download the Autograph Player (which is installed anyway for all Autograph users).

All six 'Extras' have been completely re-written in stunning "Flash".

The multi-lingual interface has been extended to 18 languages, including the world's first true right-to-left Arabic notation.

The use of Autograph on Thin Client systems has been enabled.

Autograph is now activated online, enabling the smooth continuation of use for trial users, and greatly simplifying the process of delivering the software to students on the popular Extended Licence.

It is understood that many will want to take the opportunity to upgrade their licence to the popular Extended Licence to take advantage of the online activation.

Autograph 3.3 on the Mac

Download the Mac free trial. Autograph 3.3 now runs seamlessly on all Intel-based Apple Mac computers, including Mountain Lion. All the features of the PC version have been implemented (*) and AGG files will be fully interchangeable between the two systems.

Where possible the Mac interface has been adopted, so Ctrl-Click gives a Right-Click. The CTRL key is otherwise affected by the APPLE (command) key/

(*) The Save to Web feature has only been partially
implemented for MAC browsers; however this feature will
be fully available in a future release of the MAC version.

Autograph Training info

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