SigmaPlot 11

Systat Software has released SigmaPlot 11, the latest version of its scientific graphing and data analysis software.

Used by more than 250,000 scientists, researchers and engineers across a wide spectrum of disciplines for data and statistical analysis, SigmaPlot allows its users to present their data using exact, publication-quality graphs.

SigmaPlot 11 now offers a full range of easy-to-use statistical functions in addition to graphing templates and utilities with improved features for accurate and fast data analysis for non-statisticians. Unlike other analysis and graphing packages, spreadsheets or business graphing products, SigmaPlot 11 offers complete advisory statistical analysis features along with a full range of graphing templates and utilities for unmatched data accuracy, speed, data analysis and presentation. SigmaPlot is known for its flexibility to customise any object on a graph to meet the exacting requirements of the scientific community.

With this latest release, Systat is delivering to its customers significant new enhancements designed to increase ease-of-use, streamline graphing processes, support statistical analysis and improve the quality of the graphs.


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