DPlot Jr 188.8.131.52 freeware
DPlot Jr represents a free scaled-down version of DPlot intended for use by programmers which want a quick method for displaying graphical output of their own applications. Unlike the full version of DPlot, DPlot Jr may be redistributed to end users without royalty payments or other restrictions. ...
|Author||HydeSoft Computing, LLC|
|OS||Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows Vista x64, Windows 7, Windows 7 x64|
|Installation||Instal And Uninstall|
|Keywords||plot tool, display graphical, graphs dislpay, dislpay, graphical, graph|
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|184.108.40.206||May 6, 2014||New Release||Bug fix: Reading 4-byte unformatted data was broken with the addition of support for 8-byte unformatted data in version 220.127.116.11.
The Label Points command had a few quirks when working with hidden curves.
Bug fix: List Peaks did not report the correct mean or number of points for "curves" consisting of a single point.
|18.104.22.168||Mar 21, 2014||New Release||DPlot will now correctly interpret text files with lines terminated by a carriage return only, as opposed to what most Windows users are accustomed to with a carriage return/line feed sequence.
Added a "Date separator" entry to the General Options dialog. This entry might be important for German users (or for users from any other country where the default date separator is a '.') who typically read text files in which the decimal point character is a '.'. (Version 22.214.171.124 added support for '.' as the date separator, but this broke DPlot for many German users who also used '.' as the decimal point.)
DPlot is a bit smarter about re-allocating arrays for unformatted data, both 4- and 8-byte files. In previous versions when it was found that the arrays were of insufficient size, DPlot used the power of 2 greater than or equal to the required size. Since the required size was known, in many cases this was overkill - particularly for millions of points.
|126.96.36.199||Feb 27, 2014||New Release||The Playback feature now uses more modern settings for the Open dialog for videos.
Added a new file type that can be opened/saved. Unformatted binary (64-bit) is identical to the "Unformatted binary" type except that it saves data to 64-bit (8-byte) double-precision floating point values rather than 4-byte single-precision values. This might be important if you are working with large magnitude numbers with a small increment between points (date/time groups, for example) or if you have a large number of points (100,000 or so) and it is important that you preserve the increment between points.
Bug fix: Curve labels for plots using the Amplitude Limits feature might not have been aligned properly.
Bug fix: Version 188.8.131.52 included a change that caused contour lines to not be drawn if the corresponding line width was set to less than 0. This worked, but line widths resulting in a calculated pen width of 1 pixel (on most systems 0.02") were also not drawn if antialiasing was turned on.