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Grafit

George Lisensky (Beloit College)
Screen Shots | System Requirements

Grafit is a graphing tool for routine analysis and plotting of small sets of laboratory data. After the raw laboratory data are typed into columns, the transform command can be used to manipulate columns of data by entering the appropriate formula. You can use +, -, *, /, ^, (), numbers, scientific notation like 6.02E23, LOG, LN, EXP, SQRT, SIN, COS, or TAN or refer to more than one column. To make a plot, select View Graph in the File menu and choose a graph type (1, 2, or 3 dimensional plot) and any additional options (Histogram, Average, Linear Least Squares Fit, Partial Least Squares Fit, Standard Addition, Logarithmic X Axis, Logarithmic Y Axis, Logarithmic X and Y, Polar Coordinates, and others). The plot below is produced by the Linear Least Squares Fit option.

 

Screen Shots

System Requirements

Macintosh (Will NOT run on Power Macintosh)

  • System 6.07 or later; or System 7.1 or later.
  • At least 900K of available RAM.

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