UniPlot Professional Reporting and Data

Evaluation System


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Your test systems such as iTest are very good at running a test according to the needs of the engineers who request it and collecting the raw data. This raw data must then be turned into information that can be used to make engineering decisions. A&D integrates UniPlot into its toolchain to meet this need.

A&D in partnership with UniPlot provides an A&D standard version of UniPlot that works with A&D tools including iTest, Phoenix/CAS, ADX/Procyon and iCentral. UniPlot is the A&D solution for data evaluation including:

  • Reports
  • Interactive analysis
  • Mining data from the iCentral server

UniPlot is a powerful tool that enables you to visualize and analyze test data. With only a few mouse clicks, you can transform your data into 3D surface maps with color zones, contour maps with color fill, or plot 2D data into diagrams with several axes. Text objects, scanned photos and other drawing and labeling elements can be easily inserted into the document.

Data can be processed interactively or automated for repetitive tasks or analysis.

UniPlot offers an efficient and powerful programming language. It enables the user to add new functions to the user interface, to execute complex mathematical data analysis, to import specially formatted data files and to automatically produce complete documents.

System Requirements

Windows 7, Windows 8, or Windows 10 (32 and 64 bit)

General Features

  • Graphic documents with up to 255 pages
  • English and German Languages (Soon Japanese)
  • Diagrams, datasets, drawing objects can be edited with the mouse
  • Context menus
  • Multi-level Undo/Redo
  • Export as PDF, EPS, JPG, PNG, TIFF, GIF, BMP, BMZ, EMF, EMZ, WMF, WMZ
  • Send to Word, Send to PowerPoint
  • Full screen mode
  • Fast document loading
  • Free UniPlot document viewer
  • Unicode

For additional information on Diagrams, 2D Line Plots, Contour Maps, 3D Surface Maps, Drawing Objects, Data Handling, the UniScript Programming Language, and Emissions Evaluations using UniPlot, download the following document:


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