Print free graph paper

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Neat, I love what this Digg user wrote about PDFpad! – “Use it to plan your next project submission to MAKE magazine. Stumbled on this one at work. Allows you to print 7 types of graph paper in the comfort of your home home (Cartesian, Logarithmic, Engineering, Polar, Isometric, Hexagonal(for you AD&D folks), Probability) with further ability to choose paper size, metric/English units.” [via] – Link.

Related:
Make Graph Paper and Grid Paper – Link.

8 thoughts on “Print free graph paper

  1. Edward Tufte says: If your graph paper is printed on one side, flip it over so you can still see the lines, but they don’t interfere with your data. If it’s printed on both sides, throw it away.

  2. At MIT, all print jobs come with a cover sheet that shows who started the job (this is so you can find your paper in the stack collecting on top of the printer). The cover sheets are printed with either a Cartesian or Polar coordinate system so you’ll have a chance to reuse them for something instead of just throwing them away.

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