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Old 21st February 2014, 10:08 PM   #1
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Default A simple, complex data curve graphing tool

I've just finished uploading a new, small tool to accompany WinPCD. I had planned to build it into WinPCD, but it seemed better to make it a separate Windows application. You can load any standard three-column FRD Consortium formatted complex data file, SPL or impedance. There's no limit to the number of files as far as the base code is concerned. It does auto-rotate through colors, so in reality some colors may be used that are not easy to see on a white background. The window can also be re-sized for any screen.

Go to my web site, you'll find a link to the page there. If you have any problems, please post it in a thread at the WinPCD forum. I'll try to do a better job of checking over there than I have for a while.

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