FindGraph

FindGraphAre you an engineer, scientist or graduate student looking for a graphing tool that will allow you to quickly analyze graphed data without having to immerse yourself into calculus and statistics books? You’ve just found the perfect solution.
FindGraph is a comprehensive, feature-rich graphing, digitizing and curve fitting software specially created for these purposes. Take any graph or data from any source (Web or PDF document, for example) add your comments and perform any manipulations, like building approximation lines. Then print your results or export them to Excel or other database. The program comes with a straightforward interface, 300 built-in common graphing functions, support for Polar, Cartesian, and Parametric equations, various data input/export features and printing options.
One of the major features FindGraph provides is an easy way to do curve fitting. The program offers 10 generic fits, including Linear Regression, Rationals, Logistic Functions, Fourier approximation, Neural Networks plus a library of over 300 industry-specific formulas. Built-in Wizard of Approximation helps applying different curve fits to discover the model that describes data the best. Peak fitting features are included. The latest version includes a feature that applies SSA or GMDH to reconstruct and to forecast data series, a feature to extract cyclic to forecast data series. The software also enables users to smooth, subtract, differentiate, integrate, and transform data and curves.
Most importantly, FindGraph provides an easy way to copy and paste (embed) graphs to other software applications, like word processors, MS Excel or image editors. Moreover, the program supports OLE automation and can be built-in to other software applications.
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