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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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Get a Sneak Peek at New Features With Grapher Preview

In the past, a few months out from release a very small subset of Grapher users have been able to participate in the beta testing program. This gave them access to the new features earlier than the general public in exchange for their feedback. With the release of Grapher Preview today, we're replacing the beta program for a more flexible preview t...
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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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How to automate graph creation in Grapher without having to learn Scripter

Our Grapher, Surfer, Voxler, and MapViewer applications all come with powerful automation functionality to speed up repetitive processes, but many users don't have experience with scripting so they miss out on this functionality. Luckily for those users, Grapher comes with a script recorder that records a script for the process that's being perform...
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Hi P Gautam, Thank you for posting your comment. It is not currently possible to record your steps from a past project because th... Read More
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Hi Drew, That would be great! Because of so many different software-dependent "scripting languages", it is hard to master the step... Read More
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Guest — P Gautam
I already have several graphs that work on designated worksheets/columns. Looks like the method you suggest requires repeating the... Read More
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What Does It Take to Be a Citizen?

I’ve been hearing a lot recently about immigration and what it takes to be a citizen. While I’m not prepared to spout off about what I do and don’t believe in that respect, I do think that this is a good time to examine the facts behind the citizenship/naturalization process in the United States.

 

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