DataGraph 4.6

Released October 14, 2020 – Thank you to all of our users that send us feedback, ask questions on the forum, and drive us to make the program better!

Here is a summary of features and improvements in DataGraph 4.6:

New!

  • Group Graphs
  • Present from Zoom
  • Connect to R scripts
  • Ternary Functions
  • Data Locking Mechanism

Improved!

  • Transparency option for the color scheme
  • Slider range set using variables
  • Import netCDF arrays
  • Export JPEG2000 file formats
  • Drag and Drop of Graph Thumbnails
  • Quickly Compute the sum of squares

Fixed!

  • Fixed an issue in the pivot command not reporting the type properly for date columns in the flattened row/column.
  • Fixed visual flaws in the Connect command for large pixel widths.
  • Lots of nips and tucks, here and there.

Graph Groups

A new mechanism has been added for creating grouping multiple graphs into a single object. Group graphs and collapse them for easier navigating when you have a lot of graphs in a file.

Present from Zoom

The presentation window is separate graph viewer that can be shared on video conferences, such as through Zoom.

Key Features:

  • Create a separate presentation window.
  • Easily switch between graphs from different files.
  • Simultaneously edit/browse graphs while presenting.

Connect to R scripts

Use DataGraph as part of your workflow in the R statistical computing program (https://www.r-project.org). The DataGraph R package allows you to directly integrate output from the R language with DataGraph.

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