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Audiographs (Maths Accessibility Tool for Visually Impaired) (Always Latest Version)

Last updated on Monday, October 30, 2023 - 22:15 by Arslan Anwar
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Audiographs is an application that allows visually impaired students to study the graph of a mathematical function. This is achieved by using sound or musical notes. The application is interactive and this gives you the possibility to study the function in multiple ways.


  • Change sound settings. Choose maximum and minimum frequency, duration, use of musical notes, use of alternative notes for negative values.
  • Change colors.
  • Change lines width.
  • Interactivity: Navigate the function step by step or from maxima to minima etc.
  • Explore the first and the second derivative of the function.
  • Increase/Decrease the step of navigation.
  • Stop sound at the roots of the function.
  • Press Ctrl+X and Ctrl+Y to listen to the coordinates.

User-Friendly Interface:

The software is designed to be intuitive and user-friendly, ensuring that all students can navigate it with ease.

Easy Startup:

After starting the application just enter the function formula and press Enter. You will hear the audio representation of the function. Explore all settings by using TAB or read the documentation which includes a step by step guide.


Using F1 opens help file in the browser with many examples to practice.


It is compatible with NVDA screen reader. The application has an autonomous speech synthesizer, for this reason you can disable your screen reader. If you don't want to disable your screen reader, press F2 to disable Audiographs speech synthesizer.


Feel free to use this software—it's open and available to everyone under a user-friendly license. If you need extra features or want to include a new language, just give the developer a shout.
If you want more info about the software or have any questions, please reach out to the developer.