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Issue 2, 2014   Subscribe
New Origin 9.1 Review in PhysicsToday

Physics Today recently published an indepth review of the recently released version 9.1. The review noted that: "The updated Origin is jam-packed with new types of plots and graphs, but in a stroke rare for graphical software, these new, complex plots have been made as easy to graph as the simplest line plot."

Tools and Resources

New Orglab DLL Release!

Orglab (pronounced "org" like the web domain) is a freely distributed component DLL for directly creating Origin Project (.OPJ) and Window (.OGG, .OGW and .OGM) file-types. Download the latest release.

Graph of the Month January Winner - Dr. Robert Green!

The Graph of the Month winner for January is Dr. Robert Green. Submit your own graph for a chance at winning!

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Upcoming Events

Origin Training in San Jose, California

OriginLab will be holding a training from April 24th to 25th in San Jose, California. Seating is limited so register now!

Tradeshows

OriginLab will be attending these upcoming tradeshows:

Materials Research Society (MRS) 2014, San Francisco, CA
Dates: April 22-23, Booth#: 321

Experimental Biology 2014, San Diego, CA
Dates: April 27-29, Booth#: 446

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Contact

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Featured Customer Story

Jason Nikkel, a graduate student who works with Professor Jacob Jones at the North Carolina State University, uses Origin to compile and present data from the team's research on structure-property characterization of materials.

Origin features such as the multiple axes functionality allowed Nikkel and his team to represent non-linear relationships. The 3D OpenGL plots such as colormap surfaces were also useful for visualizing multi-variable problems. The team used multi-panel functionality and inset graphs for easy comparison and emphasis on specific points.

Read the entire article in our Case Studies section.

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