Recommend scientific graphing packages for Windows and Mac?

Gary Rudnick rudnick at biomed.med.yale.edu
Fri Sep 23 13:21:25 EST 1994

In article <pettsj-2209940743360001 at visigoth.demon.co.uk> pettsj at visigoth.demon.co.uk (James Petts) writes:
>From: pettsj at visigoth.demon.co.uk (James Petts)
>Subject: Recommend scientific graphing packages for Windows and Mac?
>Date: Thu, 22 Sep 1994 07:43:36 GMT

>We are looking to more or less standardise on graphing package, mainly for
>biological data (enzyme assay results, ligand binding, cell proliferation
>etc.) and I was wondering what programs people would recommend. I have
>heard of FigP for windows, and DelteGraph Pro and Kaleidagraph for the
>Mac. Does anybody have any suggestions?

>James Petts

We have been relatively pleased with Origin (MicroCal Software).  It's very 
powerful and consequently a bit complex, but I liked it much better than Sigma 

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