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want in Grapher 6! Edit it quickly and easily
with the alwaysavailable Property Inspector.
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Linear
Graphs 
Bar
Graphs 
Polar
Graphs 
Specialty
Graphs 
3D
Aspect XYY Graphs 
3D
XYZ Graphs 
Contour
and Surface Maps 
Line
plots 
Bar
charts 
Polar
plots (line/scatter) 
Hilowclose
graphs 
Ribbon/wall
plots 
3D
line/scatter plots 
XY
contour data map 
Scatter
plots 
Floating
bar charts 
Polar
bar plots 
Pie
charts 
Step
plots 
3D
bar charts 
XY
contour grid map 
Step
plots 
Histograms 
Polar
function plots 
Ternary
diagrams 
Function
plots 
3D
bubble plots 
XZ
contour data map 
Function
plots 

Rose
diagrams 
Boxwhisker 
Bar
charts 
3D
floating bar charts 
XZ
contour grid map 


Wind
charts 
Bubble
plots 
Floating
bar chart 

Surface
data map 



Vector
plots 
Histograms 

Surface
grid map 




Pie
charts 

Surface
function map 
Create your own custom graphs by using the easy to
follow Graph Wizard. Add legends, curve fits, annotations, and drawing
objects to complete the graph. Organize your objects in the improved
Object Manager and edit your graphs in the updated Property Inspector!
Editing has never been this easy! Create templates to use the same graph
settings with multiple data files. Save the graphs in Grapher 3, Grapher
4, Grapher 5, or Grapher 6 GRF formats or Grapher 4, Grapher 5 or
Grapher 6 GPJ format to make sharing documents between colleagues easier
than ever! Automate the graphing process with the included Scripter?
program. Export graphs for use in presentations and publications in one
of Grapher's many export formats, including PDF and EPS!
Which Grapher Features Would You Like to Learn About?
Graph
Types
Display your data as one of
more than 30 different graph types in Grapher 6. Combine multiple graph
types to present your data in a completely new way! Alter any property
of any of the graph types to create compelling new graphs.
Create line plots
with
plotted symbols, comments, and fit curves.
Ribbon/wall plots are
similar to line plots, but are shown with a 3D aspect!
3D Line/Scatter plots are used to display the location of points
with three variables. Display the data as lines symbols or as lines
and symbols. Add wall projections, drop lines, or labels to
emphasis data on your graph!


Ribbon/wall plots
can be customized with
comments, fit curves, error bars, and legends. 
Display lines or
symbols in three dimensions
with the 3D XYZ Plot. Add drop lines or wall projections! 
Create step plots
with horizontal or vertical lines in 2D or 3D.
Bubble Plots display
data with varying sized symbols. The size of the symbol is dependent
on a third variable. Change the bubble to any symbol! In Grapher 6,
you can use a 2D bubble plot that displays three variables or a 3D
bubble plot that shows the change in four variables. Use solid
colors, gradient fill colors, multiple fill colors, or any
combination of color choices to fill your bubble plots!
Create bubble plots
to show how one extra variable relates to the normal XY or XYZ
variables. Display in two or three dimensions!
Bar Charts display data
as adjacent or stacked bars. Choose to have vertical or horizontal
bars. Bar charts can be displayed as 2D or 3D! Use multiple
colors, gradient fill colors, or a combination of color choices for
bar charts. Display labels at the top of bars, at the bottom
of bars, or in both locations.
Create bar charts with
horizontal or vertical bars. Add error bars directly to your bar
chart!
Floating
bar charts can be displayed with multiple colored variables in
either
vertical or horizontal orientation.
Function Plots display mathematical functions. Plot Y as a function of X, or plot a parametric equation where X and Y are a function of a third variable, T. Function plots can be shown in a 2D or 3D orientation.
Specify a function or equation to create a graph. Position the axes
anywhere on the page.
HiLowClose Graphs
display a range of Y values at each X value. These plots are
commonly used to display the high, low, opening and closing of stock
values, though HiLowClose graphs are also used for many other
purposes. Hilowclose graphs can be displayed with the standard
line or with bars, the "candlestick" graph.
Track stock
performance with the HighLowClose Graph. Overlay a
bestfit curve to predict future performance. Display as a candlestick
plot for even faster onelook analysis.
 Polar Graphs display degree, radian or grad data versus a radial distance. The degree, radian or grad data are displayed on a circular angle axis. The second axis is a radial axis showing the distance from the center of the circle.



 Polar Function Graphs display mathematical functions. Plot radius as a function of angle, or plot a parametric equation where both the radius and the angle are a function of a third variable, T. The angle axis can be in degrees, radians or grads data.

 Polar bar charts allow direct comparison of two variables in polar coordinates. Similar to a regular bar chart, the polar bar charts allow you to determine which variable to compare against the angular axis. Display in degree, radian, or grad data.



 Rose Diagrams display degree, radian or grad data versus a radial axis. Like histograms, Rose Diagrams display statistical data, showing the number of occurrences of an event that fall within a specific angular region. Bins are fully customizable in rose diagrams!

 Wind Charts graph frequency vs. wind direction. Bins are created according to the wind speed. The frequency can be viewed as counts, relative frequency, or as percentages of relative frequency. Bins are fully customizable!


Display the pie
together or explode a slice.
On a Pie Chart, choose how to label each slice.
Display the Ternary
Diagram with or without labels.
Add lines between the points to show trends.
Histograms display data
separated into groups or bins. Add labels, a Gaussian fit, and
display the Y axis as relative frequency to change the display of
this graph. Display histograms as either 2D or 3D!
Display statistical
information on a Histogram Graph. Set the number and size of
bins.
BoxWhisker plots are
commonly used to show the min, max, median, and lower and upper
quartiles for a particular group. The caps at the end of each box
indicate the extreme values (min and max).
Curve Fits
Curve fitting routines help
depict trends in your data. Select predefined fits or define a custom
fit to add to the graph. Display fits for Line and Scatter Graphs, Step
Plots, Polar Graphs and Histograms. There are 11 predefined
curvefitting algorithms in Grapher:
Linear 
Logarithmic 
Exponential 
Power 
Spline
Smoothing 
Polynomial
Regression 
Orthogonal
Polynomial Regression 
Linear
through Origin 
Running
Average 
Weighted
Average 
Gaussian
(available only for histograms) 

Associate any number of fits
with a single curve. Change the line style, color and width for each
fit. Applicable statistics are available for each fit. The resulting
statistics are copied to the clipboard or displayed in a report window.
Export fit curve data to a worksheet to calculate additional statistics.
Change the range of data used to create the fit curve and the range of
values to display the fit curves individually.
Add confidence intervals to
your fit curves to show the degree of confidence that is in the fit. Fill between confidence upper and lower bounds to highlight the certainty.
Template
Graphs
Create a graph with the
desired colors, number formats, tick mark spacing, legend styles, etc.,
and save it as a template graph for use with multiple data sets.
Project
Files
Create a graph with the
desired worksheet and save it as a project file. Project files save the
data used inside the file. After the graph is created and saved as a
project file, the external worksheet can be deleted.
Axes
Grapher has four axis
scales: linear, logarithmic (base 10), natural logarithmic, and
probability. Use Grapher's default settings or specify custom
settings for all axis parameters. Set the axis scale, change the
axis length and starting position, add additional or duplicate
axes, change axis limits, enter an axis title, add grid lines,
break the axis, or hide the axis on your graph. On each axis, you
control the major and minor tick frequency and spacing or you can
use Grapher's default settings. If the data uses date and time as
one of the data columns, axis labels are automatically generated
using dates and times. In addition, manual date/time labels can be
created or labels can be read from a worksheet, allowing you to
use any type of tick labeling. 

Error
Bars
Error Bars are displayed on
Line and Symbol Graphs and on Bar Charts. Display error bars for the
average value, sample standard deviation, population standard deviation,
or standard error of the mean. Or, calculate custom error bars in the
worksheet and display them on the graph.
Labels
and Curve Filling
Labels can be added to
most graph types. All properties of the labels can be changed
easily, including numeric format, adding bold or italics, changing
the font size or style, or changing the label color. In addition,
labels can be moved so that neighboring labels do not overlap.
Grapher 6 adds the ability to quickly move labels for most graph
types with the mouse. Select only the label you want to move and
effortlessly drag it to a new location. Labels can also be moved
with the keyboard for finer adjustments.
Most graph types also support curve filling. Fill can be defined between two curves or by using a single curve. With a single curve, fill above, below, to the left, or to the right of the curve. Choose to fill to the axis minimum or maximum or to a customized data value. 

Text Editor
Easily add text objects to
graphs using Grapher's text editor. Select any typeface, font size and
color for individual characters within the text block. Add superscripts,
subscripts and symbols to your text. Automatically enter current dates
and times. Create complex mathematical equations and include them in
your graph.
Use Grapher's text
editor to create complex mathematical equations.
Worksheet Features
Display, enter, edit, print and save data.
Double precision capabilities allow up to 15 digits without loss of precision.
>Import data files in the following formats: XLS, SLK, WKx, WRx, CSV, TXT, DAT, BNA, and BLN.
Save your data files in XLS, SLK, CSV, TXT, DAT, BNA, and BLN formats.
Cell formatting includes background colors and cell height and width.
Include formatting information when copying to the worksheet.
Sort data using multiple columns.
Calculate numerous statistical functions on individual columns of data.
The number of data points the worksheet can handle is only limited by the amount of memory available on your computer (up to 1 billion rows x 1 billion columns).
View a list of all worksheets associated with a graph.
Export data from fit curves, function plots, histograms, rose diagrams, and wind charts to create new data files.
Update command allows worksheets that are edited in other programs to updated immediately in Grapher.
Embedded Excel window allows the use of Microsoft Excel from within Grapher.
Additional Features
Set multiple levels of undo.
Edit multiple objects at once.
Add legends to graphs.
Customize Grapher by selecting the default settings.
Customize most settings for each graph type!
Control line styles, color and width.
Add drawing objects to any graph such as points, lines, polygons, rectangles and ellipses.
Create custom colors, lines, and fill patterns.
Reshape polylines and polygons using the reshape tool.
Combine and break apart composite objects.
Rotate all drawn objects, imported objects and graphs.
View all objects using the Object Manager.
Edit all objects in the tabbed Property Inspector.
Keep the Object Manager and Property Inspector available  even while editing.
Lock the position of any object to prevent accidental movements.
Use the Arrange command to move objects forwards or backwards.
Add a variety of arrows to the ends of polylines.
Digitize data from a graph using a large crosshair that extends to the rulers.
Write the data to a ASCII file to create new graphs.
Fix the digitizing process directly to the line or digitize anywhere in the plot window.
Display and edit detailed areas of a graph using the Zoom commands.
Calculate the area under a curve.
Switch between two different plot types.
For example, change your line plot into a bar chart.
Automation
Automate Grapher from any
Active X Automation compatible client such as Visual BASIC or use
Golden Software's Scripter.
Embed and link Grapher into other applications.
Embed and link documents from other applications into Grapher.
Import/Export Options
Import formats include:
GSB, BNA, DLG, LGO, LGS, DXF, PLT, BLN, CLP, EMF, WMF, E00, TIF,
BMP, TGA, PCX, WPG, DCX, EPS, JPG, PCT, SHP, MIF, PNG, GIF, DDF, and
GSI.
Export formats include: EMF, WMF, CLP, DXF, CGM, TIF, BMP, TGA, PCX, WPG, JPG, PCT, DCX, PNG, SHP, BNA, BLN, GSI, PDF, EPS, MIF, and GIF.
Graph Wizard
The Graph Wizard is an easy
to use step by step command that creates a graph for you using default
parameters. Select the type of graph, the worksheet and the columns to
use and the wizard does the rest. Add curves to existing graphs or
create new graphs with the wizard. After the graph is created, it can be
edited by double clicking on any portion of the graph.
System
Requirements
Windows 98, Windows 2000, Windows Me, and Windows XP or higher
Suggested 55 MB of free hard disk space
Minimum 128 MB RAM, suggested with at least 32 MB above Windows minimum requirements.
800 X 600 x 256 color minimum monitor resolution.
Minimum 333 MHz processor.
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