Thanks for the cool things!
Tue, 07/28/2020 - 07:01 pm
Some folks tend to jump to Excel for their data analysis. I admit, some things just are far easier to do using a spreadsheet app (e.g. calculating the running average and standard uncertainty values across columns of data across a set).
But, there are some things that cannot be beat in Igor Pro.
By example, I was setting up an experiment to process a sequence of replicant experiments. I was demonstrating my steps to someone (on a Zoom session). I pulled up the data browser, zeroed in on a wave, and context-clicked to Display the wave. Then, I moved through other data folders, grabbing the equivalent waves in each and doing a drag+drop onto the graph that I had produced for the first wave. The graph built to a display as shown below.
This is when I heard the statement "That is cool!"
And I will say, even I was saying about the same thing to myself (albeit because I was excited about the physical meaning of the results that were being revealed, but ... hey).
So, thanks WaveMetrics for the cool things that we can do with Igor Pro!