Archive for 'Grapheme'

08.08.2018 – Free Grapheme Webinars (2018)

Grapheme is iChrome powerful data visualization and analysis tool offering advanced data filtering and data manipulation capabilities along with interactive and responsive plotting functionalities.

Latest additions of a Design of experiment module and API scripting have widely increased the range of functionalities offered in the Standard version and have paved the way to the release of a new Professional version including an extended set of so-called Statistical Analysis Panels, specifically designed to perform descriptive and comparative analyses on project data.

The 2018 series of ...

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Grapheme v.2.0 released

At iChrome, we are proud to announce the release of Grapheme v. 2.0, our intuitive and powerful data visualisation and analysis tool.

What’s new in Grapheme 2.0

This new release brings you new exciting features to better help you exploring and visualizing your data:

  • chart annotations: to add notes and custom drawings to your charts
  • pinned tooltip: to add custom data labels and track meaningful data points
  • custom templates: to easily combine different types of charts
  • table indexing: to index table data based on user ...
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Subscribe to the LinkedIn iChrome group and get your FREE Grapheme license

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Subcsribers can request their FREE 6-months license by submitting following form.

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New SpyCurve Add-on for Grapheme (and Nexus)

The new SpyCurve Add-On for Grapheme (and Nexus) is available for download for all our users (*). SpyCurve has been designed to easy digitize curves, i.e. extracting point coordinates from charts available as image files and save them in tables or export raw data on files.

A wizard will guide you to properly center and orient the source image and to calibrate axis ranges. Hence you will be able to automatically create extract series of data ...

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