Free update for all DataGraph license holders.
App store users must download from the mac App store.
All other license holders download here.
DataGraph was first released in 2006, and has been there from day one of the Mac App Store. The program has evolved a lot over these years and we thought the icon was ready for a face lift.
The movie making capability has been significantly upgraded so that you can now directly create MP4 files from your animations. In the past, DataGraph created QuickTime mov files and you had to wait for the movie to the created before you could use DataGraph. The new process is much faster, can run in the background, and can output Retina quality movies.
Create interactive graphics & dashboards with Click Events. You can click on a graph to make data selections that update other graphics. In the prior version of DataGraph, you could create interactive graphs using global variables, but you had to keep the variable list open. Now you can select data directly by clicking on a graph.
This new variable allows you to create an interactive checkbox of items based on the entries in a column. Use to filter data in a command or the new Mask column. The last version of DataGraph had the Text Menu, which was helpful for selecting data using a menu, but only selects one entry at a time. The Text Set allows you to select multiple items and can be very useful for exploring large, complex datasets.
These two column types give you more flexibility in managing data in the DataTable. With the Redirect column, you can create an alias of a column without changing the data. The Mask column Allows you to see exactly what data is included in a command or other operation. Allows you to limit data used in labeling graphs, for example, when you don't want to show zero values.
You can now perform t-Tests in the Global variables section. The t-Test variable uses columns of data as input and you select options for the test using drop-down menus. The output is the p-value.
There are also three new functions tpdf(), tcdf(), and tinv().
Added entries to the gear menu for the Text menu (global variable) to export multiple figures at once. Should make it much easier to create multiple figures where you just change one masking parameter.