New Data Import Module for DADiSP
Analyse bigger and more complex data sets with latest version of data import add-on for popular graphical data analysis software.
Adept Scientific (Letchworth, Herts.) announces a significant new version of the standalone data import module for the popular DADiSP graphical data analysis program. New DADiMP 5.0 extends DADiSP‘s importing capabilities, allowing users to import data files with sophisticated formats.
DADiMP 5.0 can import ASCII or Binary data files directly into DADiSP’s Labbook data structure without actually running the DADiSP program. DADiSP’s header formats and keywords are fully supported. Because DADiMP can run separately and remotely, for example on a separate data collection computer, DADiMP lets users automate, speed up and simplify data collection operations.
Previous versions of DADiMP limited the total file size to 2GB. DADiMP 5.0 uses a 64-bit file index to enable handling of very large files. Now the total file size is essentially unlimited (in the terabytes), and each individual series within the total file can be up to 2GB.
DADiSP, from DSP Development Corporation (Newton, Massachusetts), is a full-featured data analysis and visualisation environment designed to meet the demanding data analysis needs of scientists and engineers. Its highly graphical user interface features interrelated, “live” graphical windows which update automatically when a variable is changed. DADiSP automatically captures data from laboratory instruments and test and measurement equipment, and is compatible with data from a wide range of Windows applications.
The DADiSP range of products is supplied and supported by Adept Scientific.
With offices in the UK, USA, Germany and throughout the Nordic region, Adept Scientific is one of the world’s leading suppliers of software and hardware products for research, scientific, engineering and technical applications on desktop computers.
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