Del Rey Releases Graphing Software for Teachers

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HandyGraph 2.1 Expands Capabilities for Creating Attractive Graphs

Thousands of mathematics and science teachers use HandyGraph software to create attractive and accurate graphs. Del Rey has just released HandyGraph 2.1, incorporating improvements recommended by teachers and reinforcing the company's commitment to educators.

HandyGraph 2.1 creates customized graphs for worksheets, web pages, presentations, and tests. The innovative interface empowers users to modify the numerous details of each graph without appearing complicated. Praised by teachers for its convenience, HandyGraph graphs equations and inequalities, plots points, and creates Cartesian grids. Each resulting graph image can be saved in various file formats, for use in virtually any application.

Product History
For nine years, HandyGraph has been helping math teachers to create educational material. HandyGraph 1 worked within Microsoft Word to create blank graphs and number lines for tests and worksheets. HandyGraph 2 debuted as a stand-alone software application, expanding graphing features while maintaining a familiar user experience. HandyGraph 2 introduced point plotting and function graphing in addition to creating Cartesian grids.

Pricing and Availability
HandyGraph 2.1 is now available for download and purchase at Anyone can try the graphing software free for 30 days, and single user licenses are priced at $59. Site licenses, semester licenses, and upgrade discounts are also available.

About Del Rey
Del Rey develops software for math and science educators and for custom applications. They strive to provide high quality products and excellent customer service. The company was founded in 1999 and is headquartered in Corvallis Oregon. For more information, please visit


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