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Apr
01

Save Money by Evaluating Software License Options

This is the second blog in a series on how to effectively manage your software licenses to get the most value from your investment. In the first blog, we discussed reasons for keeping your licenses up to date. Today, we examine ways you can save money with careful license management. In the 'olden' days of software licensing, there weren't many opt...
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Mar
26

Keeping Licenses Current Maintains Software Value

This is the first blog in a series on how to effectively manage your software licenses. In these three blogs we will try to eliminate some of the confusion and help you understand how proper license management ensures you get the most value from your software investment. Software developers offer a variety of license plans, and these can be divided...
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Mar
26

Grapher 15 Preview is here, with all new awesome features!

Have you heard of Grapher Preview yet? Our Grapher team have been hard at work over the last few weeks with the release of Grapher 14 following six months of Grapher 14 Preview testing. As of last week, Grapher 15 is now available through the Preview program! Here's just a few of the awesome new features that the Grapher development team are e...
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Guest — Michael Dada
How do I insert superscripts/subscripts with these software?
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Guest — Leslie McWhirter
Hello John, Grapher can indeed plot from a mathematical function. We have a Function Plot option that is designed for this. See h... Read More
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Guest — John E. Wetzel
I have a miserable mathematical function that must be plotted implicitly. Can this software handle such a job? You seem more foc... Read More
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Jan
11

Using Equalization to visualize unevenly distributed data

Many datasets are not linearly distributed – take the Golden.GRD file located in the Surfer Samples directory, for example. This topographic grid file has a skewed normal distribution with some outlier Z values that are 1000 feet from the bulk of the data. Therefore, if you set contour intervals for this grid file to a regular increment, many of th...
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Nov
14

Surfer 16 is here!

We've been working really hard and are proud to announce the release of Surfer 16! The latest version of Surfer contains a collection of great new features that will level-up your analysis, and make your presentations even more impactful. These features include an all new Colormap Editor that gives you so much more control over the graphics in...
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