xyExtract Graph Digitizer 2.4

"xyExtract Graph Digitizer" snapshot

The "xyExtract" software is used for to extract data from a 2D graph (orthogonal and nonorthogonal axes) contained in a graphic file (scanned, PDF document or in a some file like gif, jpg, etc).

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Software information
Platform:
Windows 7/Vista/XP/2000/95/98
Publisher:
UFCG
Price:
$25
File size:
577 Kb
Date added:
June 27, 2004
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Description from the Publisher
The "xyExtract" software is used for to extract data from a 2D graph (orthogonal and nonorthogonal axes) contained in a graphic file (scanned, PDF document or in a some file like gif, jpg, etc). The graphic file must be saved in a bitmap file. Then, the "xyExtract" converts the graph back to xy data file (up to 1500 points). If you want, use the “Save Project” option on the “File” menu, for a posterior opening of the work. After each click, use the “Adjustment” option to move the marked point (pixel to pixel), if necessary. Important: the xyExtract is a easy-to-use software and it guides you during whole the process for the points recovery. Keywords: Graph and plot digitizer, digitizing, digitize, ungraphing, scanned graphs, contour maps, charts, PDF, gif, jpg files, extract, capture, acquire, recovery data, orthogonal and nonorthogonal axes.
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