Graphing on the Mac?

Lou Pecora pecora at zoltar.nrl.navy.mil
Wed Nov 6 20:29:09 EST 1996

In article <3281117D.7CB3 at salk.edu>, forsburg at salk.edu wrote:

> Time to purchase software for an additional PPC Mac.  Up till now I 
> have used Cricketgraph, although I don't like the newer version as 
> much as I liked the old ones for ease of use and general friendliness
> and it seems rather crash-prone on the 040 machines it has been
> running on.  I'm seeking your recommendations....nothing fancy 
> required, just standard sorts of plots or histograms on exponential or
> arithmetic  axes.  I have no experience with Deltagraph, which looks
> like the most reasonable alternative.
> Comments and opinions sought!! 
> Please cc. to my email address as well as the newsgroup so I can keep
> track.  I will tally the response in this forum.

If you have serious data sets (i.e. much data and/or analysis) I would
recommend against Deltagraph (mostly business level) and suggest you try
Kaliedagraph (mid-level scientific graphics) or Igor PRO (industrial
strength graphics program).  The latter is the choice of most serious
users. (sure to start a flame war, but no one will deny the high level of
robustness of Igor).

Lou Pecora
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Naval Research Lab
Washington  DC  20375
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