Customer Showcase

An average research workday from the KaleidaGraph viewpoint​

A geology student uses KaleidaGraph to study the strength of planetary ice on Europa​

Long-standing KaleidaGraph supporter praises the graphing and data analysis program on "Futures in Biotech" podcast

E.J. Chichilnicky uses KaleidaGraph in his research at Salk Institute

David T. Ho uses KaleidaGraph in his research at the University of Hawaii at Manoa

Government regulator uses KaleidaGraph to monitor water quality in Washington

KaleidaGraph helps researchers at the SETI Institute investigate groundbreaking earthquake research

Researchers use KaleidaGraph to analyze the brain's selection mechanism for preferential processing

KaleidaGraph helps researchers discover a key pheromone in honeybees

Leading university in Canada uses KaleidaGraph to study increasing heart failure rates

Non-profit organization uses KaleidaGraph to provide vital information to policy makers in northwestern Montana

A collection of three journal articles provided by Prof. V. Jagannadham, World Journal of Chemical Education

An article provided by Jiangchuan Shen, Indiana University Bloomington

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

See what some of our long-time customers have to say:

I work with reams of matrix-based data and appreciate having the right tools. KaleidaGraph's the right tool for data handling, joining, filtering, and plotting for final viewing, as well as report generation. Everyone should have a copy!

Dr. Marc Popek

Engineering Research Associate, University of Nevada Las Vegas

I had been looking for graphing software that would, on one level, allow me to produce typical graphs, but, on another level, allow me to flexibly modify aspects of the graph in specific ways. The major software choices were limited. I thought I had to make do with what I had until I tried KaleidaGraph. This is a fantastic little piece of technology that is brilliant.

Elmer Villanueva, MD ScM FRIPH

Associate Professor, Xi'an Jiaotong-Liverpool University

Our campus’s entire science division switched to KaleidaGraph because it is powerful, easy for students to quickly learn, and it allows them to create every type of graph they need.

Kimberly Kostka McKay

Professor of Chemistry, University of Wisconsin-Rock County
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