1 year, 2 months ago jibParticipant
I would like to suggest a few improvements for arbitrary fit functions;
a. Once added to the list, the function cannot be edited in-place. I can select the function, edit it in the “function form” field, add the edited function to the list and delete the old one. But that is fairly cumbersome.
b. I would like to be able to name functions in the arbitrary function list. I have only a few fit functions in the list but things are starting to look messy already:
c. I would like to be able to manually re-order the function list so that I can group related functions together.
d. I don’t quite know where the functions are stored (~/library/Application Support/DataGraph doesn’t seem to contain them) – it would be great if they can be exported/imported/copied to other instances of DataGraph.1 year, 2 months ago dgteamModerator
Great suggestions! Thanks for taking the time.
We will be looking at how to best improve this. Possibly by setting the function list in the preferences. The current list is not easily something you can access in a stored file.1 year, 2 months ago dgteamModerator
We just added new features to the function library in the latest Beta. Use the gear menu to access and edit under DataGraph > Preferences. We will be doing a demo during the webinar tomorrow. You can edit, add function names, reorder, and group functions.
We are interested in your feedback!1 year, 2 months ago jibParticipant
Oh this is NICE ! Much easier to select now. I particularly like the grouping method – that will come in handy with large libraries. Now, would it be too much if I asked for an import and export facility also? Then we can quickly share functions between us all.
btw, right after opening a group and adding a new function (with function button), I could not edit this function (clicked all over the new line entry but nope). Close and open the group and the function becomes editable. One of those beta niggles I’am sure 🙂
- This reply was modified 1 year, 2 months ago by jib.
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