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Jan
16

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

​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 Piper...
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I have doubt can this software find equation of curve from a video clip
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Mar
15

St. Patrick’s Day – Mapping and Graphing the Irish Influence

May your blessings outnumberThe shamrocks that grow, And may trouble avoid youWherever you go. -An Irish Toast ​ ​In a few days, the world will see green. Not green with envy, mind you, but green with shamrocks, leprechauns, cabbage, and of course, beer. St. Patrick's Day, the 17th day of March, the one day when everyone is Irish and celebrates Ire...
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Apr
08

Graphing America’s Favorite Pastime

Baseball is one of America’s favorite pastimes. The game has experienced very few changes since its inception in 1845 and is filled with numerous traditions. No game is complete without the staples of peanuts, hot dogs, and beer, and it’s expected even the most tone-deaf of viewers will sing “Take Me Out to the Ball Game” during the seventh inning stretch. I get goosebumps just thinking of it!

Today is a special day for Colorado Rockies fans as it’s our home opener. Opening Day, an unofficial holiday, is a wildly celebrated event for baseball fans across the states. This day is celebrated with parades, tailgate parties, and numerous special events at local bars and pubs.

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Mar
30

Graphing the Growing Season

Spring bulbs are beginning to bloom, and with each reminder that spring is on the way I think more about starting my vegetable garden. Every gardener knows that the question of when to plant is always a struggle.  Maximizing the growing season while minimizing plant loss due to surprise cold snaps and frosts is always a balancing act. Living at high elevations can make this even more difficult, so I decided to do some research and see if I could get a better picture of what my garden and I are up against. 


The first thing I needed to find was information about the temperature tolerances for vegetables.  I found a great table at the Colorado State University Extension that provided acceptable germination temperatures as well as information on how temperature-hardy the young plants are.  I created a floating bar chart in Grapher 12 to depict this information.

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Awesome article! It's nice seeing the variety of ways Grapher can be used.
Wednesday, 30 March 2016 15:27
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Mar
07

Beta Tester Feedback on the Latest Release of Our 2D & 3D Graphing Program – Grapher™ 12

Prior to any release, our software undergoes a rigorous 6 week external testing period. This testing period, referred to as Beta Testing, gives a select group of Grapher customers an opportunity to provide their input on the new features and to test the functionality in their everyday use of the product. These individuals are extremely important to the final release as their input and testing ensures we have a stable and upgrade-worthy product.

During the Grapher 12 Beta Testing period, 20 individuals completed the testing period. Below are their comments on the newest set of Grapher features.

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