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Grapher 13 has landed - experience these great new features today!

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​ Happy 2018 Golden Software users! It's a fresh new year, and we have a fresh new version of Grapher to go along with it! We've been very busy bees over the last few months, and Grapher 13 is loaded with new features to help you create publication-ready graphs in less time than ever! Our biggest highlights include true Piper plots and classed Pipe...
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Adventures with LiDAR

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Did you know LiDAR data is collected virtually everywhere? It's how new cars know to alert the driver when they cross the yellow line, how race car games look so realistic, and how cellular companies decide the best placement for a cell tower. LiDAR (Light Detection and Ranging) technology isn't new; it's very similar to RADAR and uses light waves ...
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Supporting the Geoscience Industry - Surfer v14 is Released with Over 200 User-Requested New Features and Improvements

Since 1985, Surfer has served the geoscience community. As the industry shifts and changes, Surfer has kept pace with new features and improvements based directly on feedback from users.

Today marks the 14th release of Surfer and boasts over 200 new features and enhancements. Designed to improve usability, streamline workflows, and ultimately save you time and money, Surfer v14 is an indispensable visualization tool for the geoscience industry.

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