Kmplot: tremendous program to draw functions

KmPlot is a program to plot functions, just write the function and the corresponding graph will be made.

It is part of the KDE Edu educational package and is distributed under the GNU license. It includes a powerful processor and allows you to trace different functions simultaneously and combine their elements to build new functions.

key features

  • Powerful function parser
  • Very accurate metric printing
  • Support for different types of graphs (functions, parametric, polar)
  • Customizable visual settings (lines, axes, grid)
  • BMP, PNG and SVG export support
  • Allows you to save the session in XML format
  • Zoom support
  • Allows drawing the 1st and 2nd derivatives and the integral of a function
  • Support for user-defined constants and parameters
  • Several extra tools to draw functions: find the maximum and minimum values, obtain the Y value and fill the area between the function and the Y axis.



sudo apt-get install kmplot

Arch Linux

pacman -S kdeedu-kmplot


As Kmplot is part of the KDE educational applications, it is probably already available in the official repositories of your preferred distro.

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  1.   helq said

    The only downside is that it does not support 3D graphics, so in that case you have to pull gnuplot 😀

  2.   Let's use Linux said

    Sep. Is it true ... Will they ever add support ??? It would be very good…
    Cheers! Paul.

  3.   Jesus Camacho said

    Interesting program! Maybe I will do well to study math!

  4.   Let's use Linux said

    Lets go study! 🙂

  5.   Andrew said

    Thanks for share

  6.   Helena said

    excellent application, so far I used extcalc