KaleidaGraph Free Trial
KaleidaGraph is a thoughtfully designed graphing and data analysis application for research scientists, as well as for those in business and engineering fields. Find out how well KaleidaGraph can meet your graphing needs by trying it with your own data.
Please submit this form to receive an email containing a link to the free trial. Items denoted by an asterisk (*) are required.
Limitations of the Trial Version
- The free trial includes the full working edition of KaleidaGraph with the “Save” and “Export” options disabled.
- Printing is enabled but will display a “Demo Copy” banner.
- This free trial will time out after 75 days.
Please note: KaleidaGraph is a 32-bit application and will not run under Catalina (OS 10.15) or Big Sur (OS 11). Beta testing for the 64-bit Mac version is currently underway, however it is too early to provide a release date for the final version. Registered users of KaleidaGraph can sign up for beta testing.
Free Trial FAQs
After submitting the form, an email will be sent to you containing a download link for the free trial.
No. It is not possible to turn the demo version into a full version.
The KaleidaGraph demo allows you to try out the features within the program for 75 days.
If you need more time to test out the demo, you can request an extension by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The demo is a full working version except that it is not possible to save files or copy plots to the Clipboard. In addition, a "Demo Copy" banner appears in the plot window and is included when printing.
The installer for the demo should have been saved to your Downloads folder or wherever you directed the browser to save the file. After you have run the installer, you can use the Quick Start Guide that was installed to take a quick tour of the program. The Help menu contains links to the full Help file, some tutorial examples, and a PDF version of the manual.
Have questions using the demo?
Contact our technical support department for instructions on performing a specific operation or to see if a particular feature is supported.