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What's new in Thunderplot 1.8:
- Tick labels are rendered outside of plot area.
- Date/time functions: year, month, dayofmonth, hour, minute, second, dayofweek, dayofyear, mktimestamp.
- New axis types:
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Thunderplot comes with a simple and clean interface from which you can easily drag and drop your data, open and edit text files or paste your data directly in the Editor tab. If you choose to use data from a text file you can tell Thunderplot which lines to skip and which lines you want to parse.
Once you data is loaded, you can always go back to the Editor tab to view and edit the source text and check the parsed data. What is more, Thunderplot allows you to copy and paste your data directly from spreadsheet applications such as Microsoft Excel and Apple’s Numbers.
Customizable graph settings
All the magic takes place under the Plot Area tab that allows you to generate different types of plots and graphics using the desired row or column number. The left side panel helps you choose your dataset and decide which values are used for the X and Y axis.
You can hide or show a graph or plot at any time, change its color, adjust its opacity level along with the width of the line and ticks. Thunderplot provides a good performance and allows you to quickly and effortlessly analyze and plot extensive datasets that can contain up to few million lines.
Furthermore, Thunderplot is capable to automatically parse only what is possible to parse from a given dataset and ignore errors. Hence, you don’t need to worry about bad formatting or junk lines. Once your data is parsed and plotted you can easily zoom in or out your graph, pan in all directions and measure the distance between any two points on the graph.
Thunderplot was reviewed by George Popescu, last updated on December 30th, 2014
Runs on: Mac OS X 10.7 or later (Intel only)
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