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Jun
02

Instructors and Students Adjust to Online Learning in the Era of COVID-19

The COVID-19 lockdowns came so swiftly that university instructors and students had little time to prepare for dramatic changes in the way they teach and learn. As campuses worldwide switched to virtual instruction in March 2020, many professors focused on presenting course materials remotely while accommodating the wide variety of technological ca...
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Apr
07

Displaying and Analyzing Streamflow Patterns with Time-Series Visualization in Surfer

 In 2018, Dr. Richard Koehler presented a Golden Software webinar on how the Surfer package can be used to detect patterns of daily, monthly and seasonal streamflow on the Colorado River. He demonstrated a new way of plotting historical flows using a raster map technique to visualize time-series data. The traditional way of plotting streamflow...
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Mar
18

How we're helping our customers during COVID-19

Feeling a little apprehensive about what the future holds? Well, you can cross one worry off your list. You may have to work at home due to COVID-19, but you won't have to work without your Golden Software products!  Whether you're a student working hard to keep up on your own, or a professional unable to access your company's concurrent-use l...
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Great to hear that Golden Software is helping! Thank you,
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Nov
05

Catching Up with Golden Software Co-Founder Dan Smith on the Continental Divide Trail

Dan Smith was looking for a challenge that didn't involve programming code for Surfer. So, he decided to take a little hike…covering 2,600 miles and lasting six months on the Continental Divide Trail (CDT). We caught up to Dan just a few weeks after he completed the jaunt and asked for any insights gleaned from the biggest physical and mental chall...
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Aug
01

Q&A Interview with R.A.J. Taylor

R.A.J. 'Robin' Taylor is an Adjunct Professor of Entomology at The Ohio State University in Wooster, Ohio. He has recently written a book entitled Taylor's Power Law: Order and Pattern in Nature. To illustrate the book, Robin relied on our Grapher software for the creation of 200 graphics. We recently had the chance to ask him a few questions about...
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