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Jan
17

New 3D Customization Options in the Latest Surfer Release

 Last week a new version of Surfer (v23) and Surfer Beta were released! The release features some great new 2D and 3D customization options. As well as some highly requested new workflows such as the ability to digitize coordinates in the 3D view and ability to export grids to a GeoTIFF with the actual Z coordinates. Read below for a more...

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Jan
10

Display Ocean Observations with Grapher and Surfer

Picture credit: NOAA research

 Igor Yashayaev is an Oceanographer affiliated with the Bedford Institute of Oceanography (BIO) of Fisheries and Oceans Canada. The BIO is the largest ocean research facility in Canada and is located on the eastern coast of Nova Scotia. It has a worldwide reputation for observing oceanic process, variability and climate change, which are also ...

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Dec
13

Filter and Customize Your Data with the Latest Grapher Release

Last week Grapher 19 was released! There are many exciting new features this release and as always our focus remains on increasing usability, improving workflows to increase time savings, and including the most commonly requested new features. All active maintenance users can update to Grapher 19 today, See how here! If your Grapher license doesn't...

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Nov
22

Transform Data into Knowledge with Surfer

 If you're a geologist, hydrologist, engineer or you work in a related field, you have no doubt experienced the joy of conquering a vast dataset and crafting it into a compelling narrative or visual representation. It is a unique and worthwhile skill that helps decode the earth's many mysteries and makes important knowledge more accessible for...

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Nov
11

Bring GPS Data Collected by a Smartphone to Life in Surfer

This past Spring, I started using a smartphone app that uses GPS to track physical activity called Strava. I began using Strava because I, in a very stereotypical new to Denver move, bought a bike. As a new cycler I wanted a tool to help me track how far I am biking, the routes I am taking, and a resource that shares the popular routes other b...

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