The easiest way to use JSXGraph is to link directly to the public installation available through the Content Distribution Network (CDN) cdn js.

The CDN will automatically arrange for your readers to download JSXGraph files from a fast, nearby server.

To use JSXGraph, you need to do two things:

  1. Link JSXGraph into the web pages.
  2. Include the css commands from jsxgraph.css into the web pages.

You accomplish the first step by putting

<script type="text/javascript" src="//"></script>

into the <head> block of your document.

Available JSXGraph versions hosted on cdn js are:


For the inclusion of JSXGraph into a web page two files are needed:

Nightly builds

The latest development version can always be downloaded/used from

Beware, there may be untested features (bugs)!


The JSXGraph reference as a download for offline use:

Import libraries of other file formats:

The JavaScript code for the spin off project JSXCompressor can be downloaded here:

Source code

The uncompressed source code can be downloaded from Or browse it online in our project management system at GitHub or SourceForge.

Debian packages

Georges Khaznadar maintains the (outdated) debian packages of JSXGraph. They can be downloaded from:


  1. Posted June 1, 2010 at 5:57 pm | Permalink

    I’m interested in jsxgraph. Can I wear it on blog? And how to be installed on a PC?

  2. Sage sauvage
    Posted April 6, 2012 at 2:12 pm | Permalink


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