What is it? SigmaPlot is a scientific graphing and visualization software package with advanced curve fitting, a vector-based programming language and macro capability. The software is controlled through the graphical user interface that is modeled after the Microsoft Office style ribbon system. SigmaPlot contains over 100 graph types and the user interface allows detailed manipulation of every graph object. SigmaPlot also includes access to 50 statistical tests which can be used for basic data analysis.
What can I use it for? Students, faculty, and staff can use SigmaPlot for university-related academic or administrative purposes. Use that benefits outside organizations requires the purchase of a commercial license.
Where can I run it? SigmaPlot is available on OIT’s Apps@UT server and on the computers in the OIT public computer labs, where six people can use it at once.
How can I learn it? To get started with SigmaPlot you can watch the tutorials on the SigmaPlot introductory movies web page.