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Issue 4, 2014   Subscribe
Origin Seminar in Boston - Sept 2014!

OriginLab is offering an Origin seminar on Sept. 26 in Boston, MA. OriginLab technical staff will demonstrate key graphing and analysis features, including Curve Fitting, Peak Analysis, Auto-Recalculation, Themes and Templates for Graphing and Analysis, Custom Reports, Batch Plotting, and Batch Analysis. This is a great opportunity to learn how you can use Origin more effectively. There will be time for discussion - so bring your specific data and questions! More information and a link to register are available here.

Case Study

Dr. Marco Bonizzoni, an assistant professor in the Chemistry Department of The University of Alabama, is involved in the investigation of supramolecular chemistry. When Professor Bonizzoni's most recent research required fitting complex experimental data, he found that Origin's non-linear curve fitting feature outperformed other softwares and suited his purpose admirably.

Read the entire article in our Case Studies section.

Upcoming Events


OriginLab will be attending these upcoming tradeshows:

Automotive Testing Expo 2014, Novi, MI
Dates: Oct 28 - 30, Booth#: 10014

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

Did you know you can change a spectrum's Y offsets by simply dragging the curve? This was a little known feature introduced in Origin 8.1, and can be used after plotting the multiple traces using Plot: Multi Curve: Stacked Lines by Y Offsets. Watch this video or following this tutorial to learn more.

Graph of the Month July Winner - Dr. Florencio Garcia-Santamaria!

The Graph of the Month winner for July is Dr. Florencio Garcia-Santamaria. Dr. Garcia-Santamaria used the Layout option to arrange his graphs. The lower two graphs are contour plots with projections enabled. Additionally he customized the color palette, meshing and lighting to emphasize certain parts of the plot.

Submit your own graph for a chance at winning!


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