Graphing packages

A.A dd at mmm.com
Tue Jul 14 16:52:14 EST 1998


> I too have the programs you list and find myself using DeltaGraph more
> than any other.  It has anice array of graph formats, particularly if
> your idea of "presentation" is on slides. Their web site is
> http://www.deltapoint.com  The only annoying habit of the program is
> that because it is ported from the Macintosh, memory handling is a bit
> finicky so it often wants to be the first thing loaded after Windows.
> 
> Martin J. Bernstein wrote:
> > 
> > Hi!
> > 
> > I'm wondering what people use or recommend for graphing packages.
> > Currently I use SigmaPlot 4.0 which perfectly servicable and flexible
> > graphs. However, the "presentation" quality of the graphs leaves
> > something to be desired.
> > 

You may want to check out IGOR Pro.  It is a scientific graphics and data
analysis package.

http://www.wavemetrics.com

A.G.




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