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  • rippey574
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    Perfect, completely blank template! Just pick my file, chose my date, and set up the graph to my likeing. Very clear GUI, easy to use, and native feeling. Love it, been looking for a while for style of program that lets me start generic and add what i want. Only one con, the auto update will give you an error but i subscribed to updates so no worries.

    Posted 01/12/2014
  • jeangoulet
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    Positives: - plot speed is sufficiently fast to be called real time - input data file is simple to generate and feed into the java application. I did it in Windows 7 with cygwin - an actual user manual and dedicated web page Negatives: - Does not scroll. It squishes data then expands again, and repeats. Like an accordian. Kind of laughably amateur. - no interactive mouse-based graph tools like zoom in/out etc. - said latest build was "2013" but latest source code is 2008. That's misleading. - Many UI bugs

    Posted 10/29/2013
  • mandm1900
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    Good work.

    Posted 11/17/2012
  • elijahgarcia
    1 of 5 2 of 5 3 of 5 4 of 5 5 of 5

    Simple to use.

    Posted 10/29/2012
  • joehamilton
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    very easy to use

    Posted 09/15/2012
  • yodaj
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    good job

    Posted 07/11/2011
  • outtasight
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    Pretty neat and easy to use real time graphing tool that reads CSV data, as it's being created, and shows it either in "entire history" or "rolling recent history" modes. v2.0b01 seems stable (no crashes yet after a couple of days use). Needs some more x and y axis options to show real time interval logged data as real time (24hr clock or relative HH:MM:SS.). For y-axis, non-zero / zero scale y-axis data at the same time (dual range y-axis) would be a very useful addition. At the moment you can only scale parameters on a single y-axis range. Very impressive otherwise.

    Posted 12/19/2010