Graph is the best and most powerful data visualization for Mac. The application includes several 1D, 2D and 3D graph types including bar, column, pie, line, area, scatter, 3D perspective scatter, trajectory and surface, volumetric, z-sliced cell, user defined maps, linear, semi-log, x-log, log-log, polar, r-log, Gregorian date and many variations.
The maps included in the app are geographic, schematic, process maps, node graphs, floor plans or any diagram. A map of the United States is included and users can load an additional 30 maps they construct themselves using the optional Vvidget Builder application. Thousands of graphic, graph and data attributes, including customized artwork, autoscaling and many other attributes can be set by using Vvidget Builder, an optional Mac OS X desktop application, to make a skin document and applying that skin to this Graph application.
You will be able to paste data from the pasteboard, fetch from web services, insert and edit using a table interface. Data is persistent so once you acquire data it is available the next time you need it.
A few tasks include automated data generation. Least Squares computes linear regression, the Location task plots the device trajectory and the Accelerometer tasks plots the 3D vectors of the accelerometer sensor.
You will be able to explore data easily: click-drag graphs to scan data sets and rotate graphs, click and hover over a data point to see its value, click a curve segment to see the interpolated value, a bar or pie wedge to see its amplitude, click a map to see the description of the component of the map.
Data and preferences are organized by project and each project is persistent and automatically saved so you can retrieve and show your settings and data on subsequent use.
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