In article <Melissa.Hines-0911961848190001 at galadriel.chem.cornell.edu>,
Melissa.Hines at Cornell.edu (Melissa A. Hines) wrote:
> Igor's learning curve really isn't THAT steep. At Cornell, we use it in
> the undergraduate chemistry labs without any problems. A fair percentage
> of our students have NO programming experience coming in. By the end of
> the term, the students are comfortable writing fairly detailed programs in
> Igor's macro language.
>> You can pick up the demo by ftp'ing to d31rz0.stanford.edu.
I guess Cornell is very pro-Igor, as I'm about to give IgorPro another
plug. It did take me a couple of days to figure out (and those days were
very frustrating). However, since I use it weekly, the time investment
has really paid off. I wouldn't think of using anything else. I fit to a
fair number of custom equations, and it's wonderful.
Just my $.02.
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