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I'm looking for a nice, quick online graphing tool. The ability to link to, or embed the output would be handy, too.

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Well, I am not sure where you want to embed the graphs, but Wolfram Alpha is pretty handy for graphing. It has most of the features of Mathematica, can handle 3D functions, and fancy scaling and such. I highly recommend it.

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I really like Geogebra as a web based graphing tool (requires Java).

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I agree, it's also freeware and has a variety of applications. Great software to use for educational purposes too. – epsilon Dec 26 '12 at 16:57
Also, GeoGebra can output TikZ code so that you can generate nice graphs in TeX which is very useful. – Jair Taylor Feb 24 '15 at 0:23

I was looking for a good interactive charts without flash (plain HTML + Javascript) and found out that is the most handy and easy one to use, much Like google Charts.

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