has updated Aabel, their dynamic data management, processing and charting application for Mac OS X, to version 1.1.
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This Jaguar optimized upgrade includes new and enhanced plotting features, new charts, and new data importing capabilities, according to Ganjavar Michelsen, chief scientist and development coordinator of Gigawiz. The upgrade is free and is provided for both the AltiVec-enhanced and the generic versions of the application.
Aabel allows simultaneous data analysis and charting from multiple worksheets and/or databases (native to the application). In addition to a wide range of charts, it includes built-in complex statistical and other numerical methods.
Aabel supports exporting charts and graphics using PDF and EPS formats, as well as PICT, BMP, JPEG, MacPaint, Photoshop, PNG, QuickTime Image, SGI Image, TGA, TIFF or any new format that will be supported by QuickTime. In addition to the formula editor in Aabel worksheets, the application provides a Data Manipulator that allows custom data processing from worksheets and databases. The manipulator allows interactive data filtering to enable data processing based on user-defined criteria/search.
Aabel is US$349 for a single standard license, and $249 for a single educational/academic license. The price includes native versions of Aabel for Mac OS X and Mac OS 9.x, a printed user guide (300 pages) and support files.