OriginLab, a leading publisher of data analysis and graphing software, today announced the availability of a Mac Viewer at the American Physical Society (APS) March Meeting in Baltimore. This native Mac application enables users to view and copy graph or worksheet information from Origin Project (OPJ) files. The viewer is compatible with Mac OS X 10.7.0 or later and is available as a free download from the OriginLab website.
The Mac Viewer allows Origin users to share their OPJ files with colleagues who use the Mac OS. Mac users will be able to directly run the Mac Viewer, open OPJ files, and view worksheet data, graphs and analysis results provided by colleagues. Users can copy tabular data from worksheets, and also copy graphs as PNG or PDF and insert them into other documents. Even if users have installed the full Origin software on a Mac using virtualization, the Mac Viewer can still be very useful in copying graphs from Origin projects as PDF via the clipboard. This avoids the extra steps of exporting the graph as a file and then importing the file into other applications.
The APS March Meeting takes place March 14-18, 2016 and hosts more than 14,000 attendees across disciplines such as anatomy, physiology, pathology, biochemistry, nutrition and pharmacology. OriginLab technical staff will be available for questions and to discuss the latest version of the company’s data analysis and graphing software, Origin® and OriginPro 2016, as well as the Mac Viewer, at booth #611.
Origin and OriginPro software provide scientists and engineers with tools to fully analyze, interpret and present the findings from their latest research. The software is used by more than 500,000 registered customers worldwide, spanning Fortune Global 500 companies, research institutions, and colleges and universities across various disciplines including physics, chemistry, biology, pharmacology, engineering and manufacturing.