I'm looking for a way for drawing scientific graphs, mostly vectors, coordinate systems and diagrams, for example like this one: diagram

I'm not looking for data visualization software, I need something that I can use to sketch a process, illustrate physical aspects of a system, without specific data.

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Packages that spring to mind include

Asymptote - http://asymptote.sourceforge.net

Geogebra - http://www.geogebra.org/cms/en/

and Geometer's Sketchpad - http://www.dynamicgeometry.com


You should check this great thread...
I should probably say inkscape, but I love MetaPost.

MetaPost is a very simple and powerful language that allows you to design just about any professional physics or mathematics graphic.

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