KaleidaGraph builds student confidence in data handling and graphing/analysis techniques.
Your students don't have time to learn a complicated graphing and data analysis solution. That's why we created KaleidaGraph. KaleidaGraph transforms complex data into clear, meaningful plots quickly and easily. Let's see how...
Productivity in One Hour
Your students master the basic functionality of KaleidaGraph in less than one hour using our Quick Start Guide. This hand guide walks them through the entering and importing of data, plot customization, applying curve fits and error bars, and exporting the plot. Most have not even consulted the documentation because KaleidaGraph is so intuitive.
Import Data Quickly and Easily
An Excel spreadsheet opens directly from within KaleidaGraph. Someone has sent some collateral data in a text file from a neighboring lab, and it's easily imported into the application as well.
Customize and Analyze Your Data
The appropriate 2D graph type is selected and the students proceed to manipulate any and all of the graph elements, as necessary, to meet the very exacting standards required. The students analyze the relationship of the data using a Student t-test and apply a custom curve-fit to see the data trends.
Export Data to PowerPoint and More
Graphs from KaleidaGraph are used directly in PowerPoint, Word, and more, so documentation and posters are effortlessly created.
We offer a 30% academic single user discount plus 5- and 10-user discounts. We can also custom design a license that will fit your lab. Contact us for more details!
"I use KaleidaGraph with my general chemistry students, many of whom are beginners with weak math and science backgrounds. Very quickly they are able to excel with this data-handling and graphing software. The package is easy to use, fast, has intuitive spreadsheet calculation features, and prepares versatile graphs quickly. I use this software as a tool to train my students to understand data they collected and to relate that data to the physical significance of the experiments they perform. All of the physical sciences in our program now use it."