Grapher

Grapher

Graphing & analysis software

Grapher is easy to understand technical graphing software for anyone who needs to create publication-quality graphs quickly and easily. With Grapher software, graphing is accurate and fast.

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Grapher – Powerful Graphing Software

Grapher is easy to understand technical graphing software for anyone who needs to create publication-quality graphs quickly and easily. With Grapher software, graphing is quick and easy.

Grapher is easy-to-use graphing software!

Create your own custom graphs by using the easy to follow Graph Wizard. Add legends, curve fits, annotations, and drawing objects to complete the graph. Organize your objects in the improved Object Manager and edit your graphs in the updated Property Inspector! Editing has never been this easy! Create templates to use the same graph settings with multiple data files. Save the graphs in older formats for Grapher versions 4-10 to make sharing documents between colleagues easier than ever! Record the graphing process for automation with the included Scripter™ program. Export graphs for use in presentations and publications in one of Grapher‘s many export formats, including PDF and EPS!

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Create any graph you want in Grapher! Edit it quickly and easily with the always-available Property Inspector.

Grapher software has over 70 unique graphing types

Create one of more than 70 unique 2D or 3D graph types in Grapher! Customize any portion of any graph to make the graph completely unique to your situation! There are four different types of 2D graphs that can be created in Grapher: linear, bar, polar, and specialty graph types. In addition, many of these graph types are available with a 3D aspect. If you need an extra variable plotted on your graph, try one of the 3D XYZ graphs, the contour maps or surface maps!

Basic Graph Types
All graph types in Grapher give you full control over all graph parameters. Combine multiple graph types to present your data in a completely new way! Alter any property of any of the graph types to create compelling new graphs. You can accept the intelligent Grapher defaults to automatically create a plot, or click any aspect of the graph to easily customize those features.

Linear graphs Bar graphs Polar
graphs
Specialty graphs 3D aspect XYY graphs 3D XYZ graphs Contour & Surface Maps
Line plots Bar charts Polar plots (line/
scatter)
Hi-low-close graphs Ribbon/wall plots 3D line/
scatter plots
XY contour data map
Scatter plots Floating bar charts Polar bar plots Pie charts Step plots 3D bar charts XY contour grid map
Step plots Histograms Polar function plots Ternary diagrams Function plots 3D bubble plots XZ contour data map
Function plots   Rose diagrams Box-whisker Bar charts 3D floating bar charts XZ contour grid map
    Wind charts Bubble plots Floating bar chart   Surface data map
    Spider / radar plots  Vector plots Histograms   Surface grid map
        Pie charts   Surface function map
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Grapher Plot Types

Grapher has over 80 different plot types to choose from when plotting your XY and XYZ data.

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How can I get the latest version of Grapher?

Minor updates (e.g. version 11.00 to 11.01) may be downloaded for free if your serial number is registered. Connect your computer to the Internet, then click the Help | Check for Update command in Grapher. This will download the latest patch and install it on your machine. Information about the latest version is listed on the Version History page. 
If you experience any problems with this command or would like to download the full version of the updated software, support is available through the developer.

What are the System Requirements for Grapher?
  • Windows 10, 8, 7, Vista, or XP SP2, 32-bit or 64-bit.
  • Suggested 100 MB of free hard disk space.
  • Minimum 512 MB RAM, 1 GB recommended.
  • 1024 X 768 x 16-bit color minimum monitor resolution.
I have several objects in one area of my graph. I want to edit a particular object, but when I try to select it with my mouse Grapher selects a different object. How can I get Grapher to select the object I want?

 

In Grapher you can select objects through the Object Manager. If the Object Manager is currently not visible, choose View | Toolbars/Managers | Object Manager. All objects in the plot document window are listed. Select the object in the list to edit its properties. 

I have many line plots in my graph and I would like to name the plots with names that are more descriptive. How do I do this?

Each object, including graph objects, can be given a unique name in Grapher. By default, multiple line plots are named Line/Symbol Plot 1, Line/Symbol Plot 2, etc. The easiest way to give objects unique names is by using the Object Manager. To view the Object Manager and the plot at the same time, choose View | Toolbars/Managers | Object Manager. Select the plot in the Object Manager. Right click on the object and choose Rename Object. Type a new ID into the box. Alternatively, single click on a highlighted object in the Object Manager to edit the ID. 

I would like date labels on one of my axes. Can Grapher create a plot from a worksheet column that contains my dates?

Yes! Grapher requires data to be in either numeric or date format to create a graph. If a date column is chosen for one of the variables in a graph, the corresponding axis automatically uses date labels. To change the format of the labels, select the axis. In the Property Inspector, open the Tick Labels section. Open the Major labels group and press the Label format where the text is located. Click on the Format tab. In the Date/Time Format section, choose the desired label format or create a new format. Click OK and the axis will automatically be updated. 

I need to create several graphs that have many of the same settings (i.e. axis titles, etc.). Is there a way I can create a template graph that works with several data files?

Grapher contains a template graph file. Template graphs have a GRT extension. To create a template, make a graph with all of the settings you wish to retain on future graphs such as the number of decimal places on tick mark labels, axis labels, graph titles, line colors, etc. Once the graph is complete select File | Save As. Choose Plot Template (*.grt) in the Save as type field. Type in a file name and then press the Save button. 
To use the template, select File | New. Choose Plot and make sure the Prompt for template check box is checked. Open the template, and then open data files to use within the template. The resulting graph can then be saved as a GRF file or exported (File | Export) for use in other applications. 

How do I select the same worksheet for each of the curves in my template without clicking on the worksheet name for each curve?

In Grapher, when you open a template file, you are prompted for a worksheet. At the bottom of this dialog box, there is a check box labeled "Use this worksheet for remaining items". Place a check mark in this box and all of the curves will use the same worksheet. 

I have created a graph but a plot does not appear within the axes. What happened?

Grapher needs two numeric or date columns of data to generate a plot. If you selected a column that contained letters or symbols, such as backslashes and hyphens, Grapher cannot create a plot. If the dialog is showing zero data points, look at the data in the worksheet. Normally, if the column is right justified the column contains numbers. If the column is left justified the column is formatted as text. Change the formatting in the original program the file was created in, save the data file, and recreate your graph. 

I would like to digitize data points from a bitmap graph. How can I do this with Grapher?

First, import the bitmap graph into the plot window with the File | Import command. Then, select the bitmap and choose Graph | Digitizing | Assign Coordinates. Follow the steps to register the bitmap with three known coordinates. After the coordinates are assigned, use Graph | Digitizing | Digitize to select data points from the bitmap graph. 

I would like to use international characters in my text strings in Grapher.

Grapher was designed to use English characters. Double-byte and 16-bit Unicode international characters are not supported in Golden Software products. 

Can I control Grapher from another programming environment?

Yes. Grapher can be completely controlled by any Automation-capable programming language, including Visual Basic, Visual Basic for Applications (that ships with the Microsoft Office suite), or the Scripter programming language included with Grapher. Scripter is very similar to VBA. Most modern compilers include some facility for calling Automation-capable applications, including Visual C++. Check your language documentation for Automation or Active-X Automation support. 

My Grapher 2 script fails when run in Grapher 5 - 8. The script stops at the PageSetup line.

The syntax for PageSetup has changed in the Automation language since Grapher 2. Due to this, you will need to change the script PageSetup command line slightly. Refer to the Scripter online help for more information about the new syntax. 

I have a single X axis and two stacked Y axes. Is there a way to create grid lines parallel to both of the Y axes?

First, create the grid lines for the X axis as normal and specify that the grid lines are to be parallel to the first Y axis. Then, select the X axis and choose Graph | Add to Graph | Duplicate Axis. Place a check mark in the boxes to disable the tick marks and labels. After the axis is created, double click on it and click on the Grid Lines button. Make the grid lines parallel to the second Y axis and click OK. Then, on the Line Properties tab, change the Line Style to Invisible

I have created a line/symbol graph with point labels, but the points are close together and some of the labels overlap. Is there a way to manually move them around?

In Grapher, you can select the graph and choose the Graph | Move Plot Labelscommand. Click on any label on the screen and drag it to a new location. Press the ESC key on the keyboard to exit from moving plot labels. 

How can I make the Grapher window visible when running a script?

To make the Grapher window visible, set the Application object's "Visible" property to True: Set grf = CreateObject ("Grapher.Application") grf.Visible = True 

Can I run an older Grapher script in Grapher?

Yes, Grapher can run Grapher 2 - 8 scripts. Most commands will not need to be changed. There are a few changes in syntax for some commands. The script should run successfully despite these changes. One exception is the Grapher 2 script PageSetup command. Please refer to the online help system for additional information about the new syntax for this command. 

How do I change a plot's data file?

The demo version of Grapher can be used to view the graph. All output capabilities have been disabled in the demo so the graphs cannot be saved, exported, or printed. 
If the user owns Grapher 4 - 7, the graph can be saved as a GRF or GPJ file that matches the target version. This will allow the user to make changes, save, print, or export the graph. Newer graph types will not appear in the older GRF file. 
If the graph contains objects that are not supported in older versions of Grapher 3, you can export your graph as a picture (EMF or WMF) or bitmap (TIFF, JPEG, etc.) and send them this exported file. The file could then be imported into another software application. 

I want to show my graph to someone who does not own Grapher, do you have a viewer available for this person to download?

When loading a template from a script, only one worksheet can be named in the Open command. After the template is opened, each curve can be selected and the worksheet used can be changed. This example shows how to load the template with one worksheet and change the worksheet for one curve. The first curve ("Line/Symbol Plot 1") will still use the worksheet named in the Open command line. 

  • 'Opens Template
  • Set Plot = GrapherApp.Documents.Open (c:.grt", "c:.dat")
  • 'Change worksheet of curve 2
  • Dim Graph1, Line2 As Object
  • Set Graph1 = Plot.Shapes.Item("Graph 1")
  • Set Line2 = Graph1.Plots.Item("Line/Symbol Plot 2")
  • Line2.worksheet = ("c:.dat") 

 

When loading a template from Scripter, how do I use different worksheets for different curves?

First, save the data changes in the other program. Then, in Grapher follow these directions. If a graph that references the data is still open, choose Graph | Reload Worksheets. This will update the graph from the saved copy on the computer. If the worksheet is open in Grapher, choose File | Reload. This will update the data in the worksheet from the saved copy on the computer. 

I have edited my data file in another program and want to update my graph. How can I update the graph without closing Grapher?

First, save the data changes in the other program. Then, in Grapher follow these directions. If a graph that references the data is still open, choose Graph | Reload Worksheets. This will update the graph from the saved copy on the computer. If the worksheet is open in Grapher, choose File | Reload. This will update the data in the worksheet from the saved copy on the computer. 

I rotated a graph and am now unable to change the length of either axis. How can the axis length be changed on the rotated graph?

To add worksheet labels to a ternary diagram, select the ternary plot in the Object Manager. Open the Plot Labels section in the Property Inspector. Check the box "Use worksheet labels" and change the Column to the label column in the worksheet. The graph will automatically update. 
 

How can worksheet labels be added to a ternary diagram?

To rotate a 3D graph, select any portion of the graph and choose Graph | 3D Trackball. Click and drag on the screen to display the graph at a new rotation. 
To restore the default rotation, select the entire graph. In the Property Inspector, open the 3D Settings section. Click on the Reset command where the text appears. 

How do I rotate a 3D graph?

 

To export plot data to a worksheet, select a fit curve, a function plot, a histogram, rose diagram, or wind chart. Do not select the entire graph, but only the plot. Then, choose Graph | Export Plot Data. A worksheet window will appear with the exported plot data. 

I am unable to activate the Graph | Export Plot Data command. How does this command work?

According to a variety of statistical sources, R squared cannot be calculated in the same manner when a through origin fit is selected. Excel uses the same equation regardless of whether the fit curve is forced through the origin. This results in a different R squared value in Excel. This value can occasionally be negative, so using the same equation is not a good idea when forcing a curve through the origin. Grapher uses an equation specifically designed for a through origin fit that takes into account the issues of how the line is centered. Refer to Grapher's online help for the exact equation used in both cases. 
 

I notice that the R squared statistical value is different in Excel than in Grapher with a fit curve that goes through the origin. Can this be explained?

According to a variety of statistical sources, R squared cannot be calculated in the same manner when a through origin fit is selected. Excel uses the same equation regardless of whether the fit curve is forced through the origin. This results in a different R squared value in Excel. This value can occasionally be negative, so using the same equation is not a good idea when forcing a curve through the origin. Grapher uses an equation specifically designed for a through origin fit that takes into account the issues of how the line is centered. Refer to Grapher's online help for the exact equation used in both cases. 

How can I control the number of symbols in a legend?

Grapher has the ability to allow 0, 1, 2, or 3 symbols in a legend. To change the number of symbols displayed, click once on the legend to select it. In the Property Inspector, open the Legend Properties section. Select the desired number of symbols with the "Number of symbols" command. The graph will update automatically. 

Does Grapher run on other (non-Windows) operating systems?

Grapher is only supported on Windows platforms (specifically Windows 2000, XP, Vista, and 7). However, we have heard from several users that Grapher does work on Windows emulators on other operating systems (Linux or Mac). 

Where do I find my serial number?

The serial number is on the registration card glued inside the cover of your Getting Started Guide. Grapher also allows you to determine your serial number by going to the Help menu and selecting "About Grapher." 

Is Technical Support free?

Yes, Technical Support is free to all users for as long as you own the product. You must register your product in order to receive technical support. You can reach technical support by phone, fax, or email. 

I cannot seem to be able to edit my legend title.

There is a problem with early versions of Grapher that did not allow the legend title to be edited. To work around the problem, save and close the graph. When you reopen the graph, you will be able to edit the text. 

I would like to have my labels split onto two separate lines. Is there a way in Grapher to do this?

In order for the labels to wrap, you would need to include math text in the label's worksheet cell at the point where you want the text to wrap. An example is included below. The math text rp1 returns the text to the beginning of the first string. The math text dn100 drops the line down by 100% of the font size. If you want the text closer together, decrease this value. You will need to use labels from the worksheet to take advantage of these split lines. 
 

Why when I click on

Often this error occurs because the font is not installed properly. Close Grapher. Then, open the Windows Control Panel (Start | Settings | Control Panel) and double click on the Fonts folder. Select the "GSI Default Symbols" font and choose File | Delete. Then, choose File | Install New Font. Browse to the main Grapher directory and select the GSI Default Symbols (TrueType) font. This will install the font. When you open Grapher, you should no longer get the error message when you change the font. You may need to reboot the system prior to opening Grapher

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