KaleidaGraph

v5 for Mac and Windows

Visualize your data...

Analyze your results...

Communicate your findings.

Version 5 for Mac and Windows Now Available!

Visualize your data

Open Excel files directly or import data from a text file, with the ability to specify the structure of the text file. Display your data using one of over 25 plot types, including a variety of Line, Bar, and Statistical plots. 

Dot plot data set
Dot plot of four variables
Scatter plot with error bars and user-defined curve fit

Explore, analyze, and learn from your results

Use KaleidaGraph’s powerful nonlinear curve fitting to define and fit your own equation, apply one of our Least Squares fits, or use one of our smoothing fits to help improve the display of your data. Add error bars in almost any way imaginable.

Communicate your findings, clearly and convincingly

Customize virtually every aspect of the plot, including the axes, ticks, grids, labels, markers, lines, and colors. Place multiple plots on a single page using our Layout window. Easily export plots or layouts by copying and pasting, or export in a variety of high resolution formats.

Meeting the needs of scientists and engineers for over 30 years.

See what one of our long-time customers has to say:

I started using KaleidaGraph about 30 years ago, as a much welcome upgrade to the venerable Cricket Graph, which I had used on an old MacPlus since 1986 - maybe started with KaleidaGraph when I got a Mac II with color monitor, although details not so clear as it was a long time ago. Since then I have introduced it to numerous PhD, Masters, and undergrad students, so have hopefully contributed somewhat to your growth. My first intervention was always to point out, when someone presented me with a horrible Excel 'chart', that it would really be much wiser to do such things with KaleidaGraph - nobody ever told me I was wrong about this! Best wishes for the future.

Michael Robert Carroll

Professor of Petrology, University of Camerino

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