Dagra Publisher's description
from Blue Leaf Software
Graphs are great for understanding results in reports and papers
Graphs are great for understanding results in reports and papers, but to use those results in your own analysis, you'll want the underlying numerical data. Your analysis will be more flexible because you can easily include all the data from the graph, rather than just a few points read manually.
Extract numerical data from a graph in 3 steps with Dagra:
1. Import the graph
Dagra can import most common image formats (BMP, GIF, JPG, JPEG, PNG, TIFF, WMF, EMF). You can also use an image from the clipboard (copy a graph directory from a Acrobat PDF file, for example), or grab a screen shot. more...
2. Trace the data
Digitize scatter plots or quickly trace smooth curves with Dagra. Tracing curves is fast because you do not have to tediously locate every data point. Instead, Dagra uses Bezier curves that let you quickly fit a smooth, accurate line through any curve using only a few control points. Dagra uses interpolation to find all the points on the curve it needs to accurately describe your data. more...
3. Export the data
The traced data can be exported to comma or tab delimited text files, which can be imported into most analysis packages. A Plug-in for Microsoft ExcelВ® and functions for Python and Mathworks MatlabВ® let you import data from Dagra files directly. more...
What's New in This Release:В· Fixed: Creating a new document from a screenshot sometimes gave blank image for people with more than one monitor
В· Fixed: Tiff files with a 3 letter extension didn't show up in import dialog.
В· Fixed: Updated website URLs
System Requirements:В· Microsoft .Net Framework 3.5
Program Release Status: Minor Update
Program Install Support: Install and Uninstall