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Issue 3, 2014   Subscribe
News and Releases

New Origin Viewer 9.1 Release!

Unlike earlier versions, the latest Viewer supports viewing rotatable OpenGL 3D graphs, is a single EXE file and requires no installation. You can now put the viewer's EXE file together with your OPJ onto a USB drive allowing your colleagues to view them on any Windows PC. Download the latest release or check out this youtube video.

Research Software Goes To College

This new Chemical and Engineering News (C&EN) article explains how software like Origin is pioneering the way towards IT based research for many academic laboratories and undergraduate courses.

Featured User Story

Dr. Lang and Dr. Lostroh use Origin for their research on the surface features of cells with their latest project involving the change in surface features as a function of age. They find the myriad of graph templates in Origin very convenient for visually presenting the data in a variety of ways. Dr. Lang says: “We have used lots of the graphing features in Origin to visualize this complicated data from many different perspectives and get a handle on the dataset.”

Read the entire article in our Case Studies section.

Upcoming Events

Tradeshows

OriginLab will be attending these upcoming tradeshows:

Automotive Testing Expo 2014, Novi, MI
Dates: Oct 28 - 30, Booth#: TBD

Neuroscience 2014, Washington, DC
Dates: Nov 16 - 19, Booth#: 2901

MRS Fall 2014, Boston, MA
Dates: Dec 2 - 4, Booth#: TBD

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Tools and Resources

Tech Tip

Origin now supports data filters in worksheet columns and it is possible to make graphs showing different filter conditions using the same source data. Watch the video explaining how, or follow the tutorial.

Graph of the Month March Winner - Gregory Daspit

The Graph of the Month winner for March is Gregory Daspit. His submission innovatively uses Origin features such as color and symbol size mapping to portray the effect of a spherical bending acoustic emission test on a circuit board. Submit your own graph for a chance at winning!

Forum

Get your questions answered and engage in discussions with other users on our Forums.

You can find more technical resources on our Help Center page.

News from You

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Share your Origin experiences and graphs with us, and your story could be featured on our website or in the next issue of our newsletter.

Do you have requests for new features?

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