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Grapher™ 12

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Grapher is the only graphing program you will ever need. Create powerful stunning graphs quickly and efficiently. Ideal for scientists, engineers, and business professionals.

 

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Features

Grapher is the ultimate technical graphing package available. Discover how this powerful, easy-to-use, dynamic program will help you create superior publication-quality professional graphs in minutes! Wow your audience every time they see your graphs.

Create one of more than 70 unique graph types. Create 2D or 3D line, scatter, function, class scatter, bubble, step, vector, bar charts, and floating bar chart graphs. Create line, scatter, function, class scatter, vector, bar, rose, wind rose, and radar polar plots. Create line, scatter, class scatter, or bubble ternary diagrams. Display high-low-close, candlestick, or stiff diagram specialty plots. Create statistical graphs including box-whisker plots, 2D and 3D histograms, 2D and 3D pie charts, 2D and 3D doughnut plots, Q-Q plots, and normal Q-Q plots. Create contour and surface plots from data, grids, or functions. Virtually all aspects of the graph, axes, legend, and plot can be customized to display your data exactly the way you want.

Who should use Grapher?

Scientists, engineers, geologists, biologists, researchers, business professionals, and anyone needing to graphically display data...

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Grapher Overview - LinebarGrapher Overview

Grapher is the ultimate technical graphing package available. This easy-to-use, powerful, dynamic program will help you create superior publication-quality professional graphs in minutes! Wow your audience every time they see your graphs.


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Grapher Basic Graph TypesBasic Graph Types

All graph types in Grapher give you full control over all graph parameters. Combine multiple graph types to present your data in a completely new way! Alter any property of any of the graph types to create compelling new graphs. You can accept the intelligent Grapher defaults to automatically create a plot, or click any aspect of the graph to easily customize those features.


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bar1Bar Graphs Types

Bar type graphs display data as boxes, cones, spindles, diamonds, or as an image. All bar type graphs can be displayed either horizontally or vertically. All bar type graphs can be displayed as 2D or 3D. As with all graph types in Grapher, you have full control over all graph parameters.


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Grapher Statistical Graph Types - doughnutStatistical Graph Types

Statistical type graphs include 2D and 3D histograms, pie charts, doughnut plots, 2D box-whisker plots, and Q-Q plots. Histograms and box-whisker plots can be displayed either horizontally or vertically. Box-whisker plots can be displayed with or without notches. Pie charts and doughnut plots can be displayed in 2D or 3D. Q-Q plots can compare two different data sets or any data set to the normal distribution. As with all graph types in Grapher, you have full control over all graph parameters.


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Grapher Polar Graph TypesPolar Graphs

Polar plots display data on polar coordinates, using degree, radian, or grad data versus a radial distance. The degree, radian or grad data are displayed on a circular angle axis. The second axis is a radial axis showing the distance from the center of the circle. Polar plots can display mathematical functions, line/scatter data, vectors, class plots, bars, rose diagrams (histograms), or wind rose charts. In addition, a special type of polar graph, a radar graph, is also available.


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Grapher Ternary Graph TypesTernary Graph Types

Ternary diagrams are a special type of graph where the data is displayed on three axes in a triangular appearance. The data is normalized to 100% of the various parts. So, each point on the ternary diagram represents the fractions of the various components. Ternary diagram plots can display line plots, scatter plots, line/scatter plots, class plots, and bubble plots.


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Grapher Specialty GraphsSpecialty Graphs

Specialty graph include high-low-close plots, vector plots, and stiff diagrams. Each graph has its own rules and displays in a completely unique way. As with all graph types in Grapher, you have complete control over all aspects of the graph.


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Grapher Contour and Surface MapContour and Surface Maps

Contour maps can be displayed over any contour range or interval. You can color fill the contours in any way you would like. Add a color legend to make reading the contour map even easier! Contour maps can be created directly from a data file, from a mathematical function, or from a Surfer GRD file. As with other graph types, you have full control over all options.

Surface maps display XYZ data in a smooth color filled surface. Surface maps use color and shading to emphasis changes in data.


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Grapher CustomizationCustomize Your Graph

Graphs can be customized in many different ways. Each portion of the graph can be altered to fit your needs. Set the axes to several different scales, link multiple axes, add graph titles, legends, summation plots, graph magnifiers, or drawn objects to complete the graph in exactly the way you want.


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Grapher Fit CurvesFit Curves

Curve fitting routines help depict trends in your data. Select pre-defined fits or define a custom fit to add to the graph. Display fits for Line and Scatter Graphs, Step Plots, Polar Graphs and Histograms.


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Grapher Axis Types - Axis LabelsAxis Types

Grapher has four axis scales: linear, logarithmic (base 10), natural logarithmic, and probability. Use Grapher's default settings or specify custom settings for all axis parameters.

Axes can be linked so that changes to one axis automatically change other axes.


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Grapher Error BarsError Bars

Error Bars are displayed on Line and Symbol Graphs and on Bar Charts. Display error bars for the average value, sample standard deviation, population standard deviation, or standard error of the mean. Or, calculate custom error bars in the worksheet and display them on the graph. Once you have the error bars displayed exactly as you want them, connect the error bars with a line or export the error bar values to a new data file.


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Grapher Graph WizardGraph Wizard

The updated Graph Wizard is an easy to use step by step command that creates a graph for you using default, customizable parameters. Select the type of graph, the worksheet and the columns to use and the wizard does the rest. Add curves to existing graphs or create new graphs with the wizard. After the graph is created, it can be edited by double clicking on any portion of the graph.


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Grapher Object and Property Manager - Object ManagerObject and Property Manager

The object manager makes the editing of any object simple. It displays all the objects in the plot document in an easy-to-use hierarchical list of objects. The objects can be selected, arranged, removed, and renamed in the object manager.


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Grapher Labels and Curve FillingLabels and Curve Filling

Labels can be added to all graph types. All properties of the labels can be changed easily, including numeric format, adding bold or italics, changing the font size or style, or changing the label color. In addition, labels can be moved so that neighboring labels do not overlap.


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Grapher Worksheet FeaturesWorksheet Features

Grapher lets you work with your data in many ways to achieve the exact output you want. Grapher includes a full-featured worksheet for creating, opening, editing, and saving data files. Data files can be up to one billion rows and columns, subject to available memory. You can cut, copy, and paste data within the Grapher worksheet or between applications.


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automationAutomation

Create your own scripts to automate repetitive tasks! Don’t spend time doing the same process over and over again – write a simple script to simplify your life!


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Grapher Additional Features - Tamiami TrailAdditional Features

Grapher is packed full of additional features designed to help you communicate effectively and professionally.


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Grapher Supported File FormatsSupported File Formats

Grapher supports many popular import and export formats.


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FAQs

Q1. What is the latest version?
Q2. How can I get the latest version of Grapher?
Q3. Where can I find my serial number?
Q4. Where can I find a list of fixes and changes between versions?
Q5. What are the system requirements?
Q6. How do I install Grapher?
Q7. How do I uninstall Grapher?
Q8. Do I need to uninstall an older version of Grapher before installing a new version?
Q9. Do I need to uninstall the demo version before installing the full version? Can I activate the demo to become the full version?
Q10. Do you offer training?
Q11. Is technical support free?
Q12. Does Grapher run under Windows XP, Vista, 7, 8, and 10 using 32-bit and 64-bit versions?
Q13. Should I install Grapher 32-bit or Grapher 64-bit?
Q14. One of my manager windows has disappeared! What can I do to get it back?
Q15. Do you offer a Mac version of your software?
Q16. What are the terms of the Golden Software End User License Agreement?
Q17. I have a more technical question about the program, where can I find the answer?

 

Q1. What is the latest version?
A. The most recent version of Grapher is 12.1.651.

Q2. How can I get the latest version of Grapher?
A. Minor updates (e.g. version 12.0 to 12.1) may be downloaded for free if your serial number is registered. Connect your computer to the Internet, then click the File | Online | Check for Update command in Grapher. This will download the latest patch and install it on your machine. Information about the latest version is listed on the Version History page.

If you experience any problems with this command or would like to download the full version of the updated software, please email your registered Grapher 12 serial number to graphersupport@goldensoftware.com. Once your serial number is verified, we will send you download instructions.

Major upgrades (e.g. version 11 to version 12) cost US$169 plus shipping. Refer to the order form for more information.

Q3. Where can I find my serial number?
A.
The serial number is located on the CD sleeve, or in the download instructions you received when you ordered the software. Please register your serial number online. After you install Grapher and run it for the first time, you can also find your serial number by opening the software and going to File | About Grapher. The About Grapher dialog box will show the serial number.

Q4. Where can I find a list of fixes and changes between versions?
A.
Information about the latest version is listed here.

Q5. What are the system requirements?
A.
Grapher system requirements are available here.

Q6. How do I install Grapher?
A.
Installing Grapher 12 requires that you be logged into an account that has Administrator rights. Golden Software does not recommend installing Grapher 12 over any previous version of Grapher. Please ensure that you install Grapher 12 into a new directory, which is what will happen by default. Grapher 12 can co-exist with older versions as long as they are in different directories.

To begin the installation, either insert the CD into the CD-ROM drive, or double-click on the downloaded EXE file to run it. See below for details of each method.

Installing Grapher on a Local Drive from CD:

1. Insert the CD-ROM in the CD-ROM drive. The Setup program automatically begins on most computers.
2. Choose the "Install Grapher" option from the screen and setup will begin.

If the Setup program does not automatically start, double-click on the My Computer icon on your desktop. Open the CD-ROM drive which contains the Grapher disk by double-clicking on the CD-ROM icon. From the CD-ROM folder find and double-click on Autorun.exe to launch Grapher's Setup program. Select "Install Grapher" option and setup will begin.

Installing Grapher on a Local Drive Using a Downloaded EXE:

1. Double-click on the My Computer icon on your desktop and navigate to the folder containing the downloaded file.
2. Double-click the downloaded file to begin the installation process.

Q7. How do I uninstall Grapher?
A.
To uninstall Grapher, follow the directions below for the operating system you are using.

Windows XP: To uninstall Grapher, go to the Windows Control Panel and double-click Add/Remove Programs. Select Grapher 12 from the list of installed applications. Click the Remove button to uninstall Grapher 12.

Windows Vista: To uninstall Grapher when using the Regular Control Panel Home, click the Uninstall a program link. Select Grapher 12 from the list of installed applications. Click the Uninstall button to uninstall Grapher 12.

To uninstall Grapher when using the Classic View Control Panel, double-click Programs and Features. Select Grapher 12 from the list of installed applications. Click the Uninstall button to uninstall Grapher 12.

Windows 7: To uninstall Grapher, go to the Windows Control Panel and click the Uninstall a program link. Select Grapher 12 from the list of installed applications. Click the Uninstall button to uninstall Grapher 12.

Windows 8: From the Start screen, right-click the Grapher 12 tile and click the Uninstall button at the bottom of the screen. Alternatively, right-click anywhere on the Start screen and click All apps at the bottom of the screen. Right-click the Grapher 12 tile and click Uninstall at the bottom of the screen.

Windows 10: To uninstall Grapher, go to the Windows Control Panel and click the Uninstall a program link. Select Grapher 12 from the list of installed applications. Click the Uninstall button to uninstall Grapher 12.

Q8. Do I need to uninstall an older version of Grapher before installing a new version?
A.
No. You can have multiple copies of the program on your computer as long as they are installed into different directories. By default, they are installed into separate directories.

Q9. Do I need to uninstall the demo version before installing the full version? Can I activate the demo to become the full version?
A.
You do need to uninstall the Grapher demo before installing the full version of Grapher. There is not a way to “activate” the demo version to become a full version.

Q10. Do you offer training?
A.
Golden Software will occasionally offer live training courses. Visit our Training Classes page to view scheduled classes.

Golden Software offers a variety of free training resources.

Q11. Is technical support free?
A.
Yes, technical support is free to all users for as long as you own the product. You must register your product in order to receive technical support. You can reach technical support by phone, fax, or email.

Q12. Does Grapher run under Windows XP SP2, Vista, 7, 8, and 10 using 32-bit and 64-bit versions?
A.
Yes, Grapher 12 comes as a 32-bit application and as a 64-bit application. Both can be installed and run on Windows 64-bit.

Q13. Should I install the Grapher 32-bit or Grapher 64-bit?
A.
If you are using a 32-bit version of Windows, then Grapher 12 32-bit is installed automatically.

If you are using a 64-bit version of Windows, then Grapher 12 64-bit is installed automatically. There is an option to install the 32-bit version instead, but we recommend installing the 64-bit version of Grapher 12. Although Grapher 32-bit is capable of installing and running on Windows 64-bit, the 32-bit version of Grapher 12 does not take advantage of the increased 64-bit memory space.

Q14. One of my manager windows has disappeared! What can I do to get it back?
A.
Grapher 12 has a command that will reset manager windows to their default positions to address this issue. Click the View | Display | Reset Windows command. Click OK in the dialog prompting you to restart Grapher. Save any open Grapher files and click the File | Exit command. When you reopen Grapher, all of the manager windows will be back in their default positions.

Q15. Do you offer a Mac version of your software?
A.
Grapher 12 is a Windows program. Golden Software does not offer any versions of our software that are compatible with any Mac operating systems. However, we have heard from several users that our programs will run on a Windows emulator. Windows emulators allow a Windows environment to run on a Mac operating system. Golden Software products may be able to be run from within the Windows emulator. However, we do not test our software under these conditions. We suggest downloading the demos and trying it for yourself. Thank you for your patience.

Q16. What are the terms of the Golden Software End User License Agreement?
A. The full details of the End User License Agreement (EULA) may be found at http://www.goldensoftware.com/home/terms-of-use. The salient points of the EULA are as follows:

  • All Golden Software licenses are single user licenses, where a user is a person and not a machine.
  • Licenses may not be shared among multiple users.
  • Network installation is allowed, as long as a separate license is purchased for each individual user who will access the network install. For instance, if 4 different users plan to access the software, 4 individual licenses must be purchased.
  • Software may only be used on one computer at any time.
  • Software may be installed on multiple computers (i.e. home, office desktop, and field laptop), as long as only the licensed user accesses the software on any of the computers.
  • One (1) copy of the software and one (1) copy of the user documentation maybe be made for backup purposes only.
  • License may be transferred to another user by the registered user contacting the Golden Software sales department.
  • After a license is transferred to another user, the original user must uninstall the software from all machines they had it installed on. Any copies on original user’s hard-disk drive(s) or back-up media must also be destroyed.
  • After a license is upgraded to a newer version, the older software must be uninstalled. Any older version CDs, serial numbers, or backup copies on hard-disk drive(s) or back-up media must be destroyed within sixty (60) days of the upgrade.

Q17. I have a more technical question about the program, where can I find the answer?
A.
For more technical questions and answers, please visit our Knowledge Base.

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What's New

What’s New in Grapher 12?

We have compiled a list of some of the top new features in Grapher 12. This list is only a small sampling of the new features added to Grapher 12.



Group stacked bars beside other stacked bars

Need to compare data from multiple sources at once? Need to also show individual options within each source? Try a combination stacked and adjacent bar chart. Create the individual options for each source as a set of stacked bar charts. Place the stacked bar charts beside each other, grouping similar options.

group and stack bar chartsGroup multiple stacked bar charts adjacent to each other to quickly compare options.


Flip the order of entries in the legend

Have a legend that is upside down from the order you want? Quickly flip the order with a single command!

Flip legend entry orderDisplay the legend entries in the order that is most meaningful to you! Don’t like either of the default options? Entries can be manually rearranged to any order you desire.


Show legend entries for only visible plots

Have a plot on the graph that you’ve decided to not display for this report? Don’t want to edit the legend to remove it, but don’t want to display it on the legend? No problem. Check the box and only visible plots are displayed in the legend.

Display only visible plots in legend

Update your legends with only relevant information with the click of a button.


Link colors to specific data values

Need to highlight certain parts of the graph to bring attention to a value? Set colors to start and end at specific X or Y values. Use hard breaks for color changes or a more gradational approach.

Set data values to specific colors

Define colors with data values to highlight information on the graph.


Create X = F(Y) function plots

New in Grapher 12 is the ability to create function plots where X is the dependent variable. Create straight vertical lines with ease, fill between functions for highlighting areas of interest in the graph, or create any mathematical function quickly with the many predefined equations.

Add vertical lines to the graph

Add vertical lines quickly with the new X function plots!


Create horizontal box-whisker plots

Need to display statistical information in a box-whisker format, but need to have the boxes long instead of tall? Grapher has the ability to present your data with just the look you need.

display box-whisker plots horizontally or vertically

Show box-whisker plots as horizontal or vertical to best suit your needs.


Control date/time values more efficiently

Display the dates and times in the format you want! Can’t find one that fits in the predefined list? Create your own to make your graph exactly the way you want.

Use the Date/Time Format Builder to set date/time formats

Customize the dates and times to show the information in any format you wish.


Automatically recognize the computer’s locale for easier date/time use

Let Grapher do the difficult work of recognizing date and time formats from around the world.

date/time labels appear automatically in your Windows locale format

Automatically display date in a format that is meaningful to you using your Windows default formats.


Change the file paths for all worksheets

Save time with less clicks! Have a project that you use over and over again, moving the files to new directories on your computer? No longer do you need to link each plot, text object, or axis to the new data file separately. Now, click a command and Grapher will change all worksheet references to the new directory for you!


Add additional dimension to your ternary graphs with the ternary bubble plot

Ternary diagrams display information from three variables. These plots are commonly used in the earth sciences to display relative frequency of various minerals in a sample. Now, with the ternary bubble plot, you can add a fourth and fifth variable to the graph! Colors can indicate one variable and bubble sizes another!

Display bubbles on ternary plots

Display bubbles of varying sizes on your ternary diagrams to add additional details to your sample information.


Add a title to color scales

Keep all your data together! Create a title for the color scale bar, so it moves with the bar or helps identify which scale bar is which when you have more than one.

Add titles to color scale bars

Add a title to your color scale bar to quickly understand the trends displayed on the graph.


Move legend titles and text to anywhere on the page

Sometimes the best location for your legend label is below the sample or above the sample. Sometimes, it is to the left or to the right. Sometimes, you need all of these options on the same legend. Now, getting the legend you want is much easier! Simply move the legend title or entry text to the new location to create the legend you want quickly.

move legend text

Move the legend text to the location that is best for your display.


Add your scripts directly to the Grapher ribbon bar

Make Grapher work for you! Have a process that you do repeatedly? Need a graph created and don’t want to go through all the steps to get it formatted for your report? Create a script that does it for you. Then, add the script to the toolbar. The next time you need to create or format the graph, you can simply click a button on the toolbar and Grapher will do all the work for you.

Add custom scripts to the toolbar

Add scripts that do the functions you need!


New and Improved Import Functions

Grapher is more compatible with the programs you use most. Import data and images from many formats. In addition to common formats, such as bitmap, Grapher has added or improved:

  • Added ECW files
  • Added data from Added LiDAR LAS and LAZ files
  • Added data from GPX files
  • Added data from MapInfo MID files
  • Improved AutoCAD DXF to better handle solid objects and text
  • Improved MrSID files to allow selection of the portion of the image you want to import
  • Improved MapInfo MIF files, to support more object types
  • Improved text and symbol import across all file types

New and Improved Export Functions

Get the graph you need in the format you desire! In addition to the existing formats, such as DXF, images, and PDF, Grapher has added or improved:

  • Added export all plot information to an ASCII data worksheet
  • Improved vector PDF export to include layers
  • Improved GSI format, to better export graphs from Grapher to any other Golden Software program
  • Improved fill patterns and colors across all file types
  • Improved SVG format, to make files smaller and easier to transfer
  • Improved EMF and WMF formats, for better resolution

Improved User Interface

Grapher continues to strive to make the user interface as easy to use as possible. You shouldn’t need to spend time searching for the right command or option. Some of the user interface improvements in Grapher 12 include:

  • All new command icons, utilizing colors and button size more effectively
  • Improved Welcome dialog, to quickly get you started in your Grapher work flows
  • Enhanced plot type default options
  • Improved worksheet features: A few of the new options include faster sorting; simple and complex pasting options; save transform equations, improved statistics, save to a multiple-sheet Excel file.

 

 

 

Training Videos

Grapher 12

Introduction

This video introduces Grapher 12, explains some of the key features of Grapher, and shows how easy it is to create a graph in Grapher.

Length: 4:14
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User Interface

This video explains the user interface in Grapher 12, including the ribbon bar, managers, and windows.

Length: 5:29
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G12-User Interface

Graph Types

This video introduces you to the graph types in Grapher 12. Grapher 12 has over 70 different graph types, organized into the following categories: basic, bar, polar, ternary, specialty, statistical, and contour surface.

Length: 10:51
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G12-Graph Types

Data Formatting

This video demonstrates how to format data so that you can use it to create graphs and plots in Grapher.

Length: 5:00
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G12-Data Formatting

Editing a Graph

This video demonstrates how to edit various aspects of plots, graphs, and axes. This includes clipping, adding labels, and adding a title among others.

Length: 6:10
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G12-Editing a Graph

Add to Graph

This video covers how to use the Add to Graph commands to add plots, axes, magnifiers, legends, or summation plots to your graph.

Length: 7:48
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G12-Add to Graph

Save, Export, Print

This video demonstrates how to save, export, and print with Grapher so you can send your graph to colleagues, insert it into a report, or send it off for publication.

Length: 7:26
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G12-Save, Export, Print

Gradient Fill With Data Values

This video explains how to fill a bar chart with a gradient fill, and how to define a hard boundary in a gradient fill.

Length: 4:54
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G12-Gradient Fill With Data Values

Adding Fill Between Plots

This video demonstrates how to add fill between two plots in the same graph.

Length: 3:02
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G12-Adding Fill Between Plots

Linked Axes

This video covers how to link axes in Grapher 12. Linking axes allows you to relate one axis to another, so when the scale, length, position, limits, or tick spacing of one axis changes, those properties that are linked change for the other axis as well.

Length: 7:35
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Grapher 11

Introduction

This video showcases Grapher 11's user interface and demonstrates some of the basic features available.

Length: 5:18
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Ribbon Bar and Quick Access Toolbar

This video will cover the Grapher interface including customization of the Windows interface ribbon bar and the Quick Access Toolbar.

Length: 9:11
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Ribbon Bar Customization

Data Formatting

This video explains how data should be arranged and formatted in order to create graphs easily in Grapher 11.

Length: 5:03
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Graph Types Overview

This video will cover the major graph types available in Grapher 11.

Length: 8:07
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Graph Types Overview

Using the Graph Wizard

This video steps through the process of using the Graph Wizard to create a new graph in Grapher.

Length: 2:02
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Using the Graph Wizard

Editing Graphs

This video shows how to clip plots, label plots, edit graph title and boundary, edit axes, and add drawn text and polygons.

Length: 5:46
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Editing Graphs

Add to Graph Commands

This video covers the Graphs | Add to Graph commands. The ability to add plots, axes, legends, summation plots, and magnifiers to existing graphs is discussed.

Length: 7:29
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Add to Graph Commands

Fill Between Plots

This video will cover filling between plot lines.

Length: 1:36
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Fill Between Plots

Saving, Exporting, and Printing

This video will cover saving, exporting, and printing. In addition, the difference between the GRF and GPJ save as types are discussed.

Length: 6:44
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Saving, Exporting, and Printing

Using the Script Recorder

This video will cover using the Script Recorder feature.

Length: 3:05
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Using the Script Recorder

Webinar

Linking Fill Color to Data Values

  1. Adding a gradient fill to your line/scatter plot
  2. Editing a gradient fill so that specific values have specific colors
  3. Using overlapping colors in the gradient to get hard color lines in the fill
  4. Using a gradient fill for your bar chart plot
  5. Using a gradient fill for your contour map plot
Length: 41:17
 
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Linking Fill Color to Data Values

Quick and easy file conversions

This webinar introduces Golden Software's new FREE online file converter: https://convert.goldensoftware.com/.

Topics covered include:

  1. How do I access the converter?
  2. What file types are supported?
  3. How do I convert files?
Length: 18:39
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Quick and easy file conversions

Understand Your Data Distributions with Fit Curves in Grapher

  1. Adding a fit curve to your line/scatter plot
  2. Limiting the fit curve to a subset of data
  3. Changing the limits of the fit curve to project beyond the data limits
  4. Displaying automatically updating fit curve equations
  5. Creating custom fit curve equations
  6. Determining data distribution with a histogram fit curve
Length: 38:49
 
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Understand Your Data Distributions with Fit Curves in Grapher

New Features of Grapher 11

  1. New Plot Type - Doughnut Plots
  2. New Plot Type - Polar Vector Plots
  3. New Plot Type - Ternary Class Plots
  4. Class Plot Classes from Text or Number
  5. Linked Axes
Length: 49:19
 
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New Features of Grapher 11

Piper Plots

  1. How to get the template files
  2. How to update the plot with custom data
  3. How to change the plot symbols
Length: 27:16
 
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Grapher 10 Piper Plot

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This webinar highlights the main features in the six Golden Software products and the types of data that each uses.

Length: 21:51
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Master the New Features of Grapher 10

  1. Updated user interface (editing the ribbon and quick access toolbar)
  2. Copy/paste format of objects
  3. Class plot editing symbols and gradients
  4. New contour function plot
  5. New 3D vector plot
  6. New Q-Q plot
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Grapher 10 New Features

Debugging with Scripter

  1. Where to find example scripts
  2. Where to find information on commands and syntax
  3. How to debug a script
Length: 49:32
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Debugging with Scripter

Frequently Asked Questions of Grapher 10

  1. Why doesn't the data display on my graph?
  2. How can I display a date/time axis on my graph?
  3. Why does my high-resolution exported/printed graph not look the same as it does in Grapher?
  4. How can I create error bars in the positive and negative directions?
  5. What is the difference between the Grapher file types GRF, GPJ, and GRT?
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Grapher 10 FAQ

 

 

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