Release Notes: Pressing an arrow key now moves the selected points.
Release Notes: A new Point Match algorithm offers speed and an easier interface, while fixing overflow error in Ubuntu. The executable is now named 'engauge'.
Release Notes: This release offers browser-based support for dates and times. Also, for the rare polar plot with decibel units for the radial coordinate, this release supports a nonzero radius at the origin.
Release Notes: This version compiles with GCC 4 for Ubuntu users. A new '-lazysegments' command line option skips segment scanning of imported files during startup for speed.
Release Notes: Data is now exported in new formats, and with increased precision. All preview windows now work in Mac OS X. A bug with the log scale on the horizontal axis was fixed.
Release Notes: This version features a port to Mac OSX. For all platforms, the new "axis scan" and "automatic export" options make the digitization of numerous images faster and easier.
Release Notes: Copying and pasting as well as dragging and dropping now make import and export much easier. Settings are now saved between sessions as defaults, and JPEG and GIF files are now supported in Microsoft Windows.
Release Notes: This version simplifies the digitizing of image files, with new features for line graphs and point graphs: automatic grid line removal, automatic point matching, and control over image processing.
Release Notes: This version contains fixes for crashes during zooming, and nonorthogonal axis points with log scaling.
Release Notes: This version features a preliminary contour capability that lets curves optionally behave like measures. There is flexible formatting of header lines in exported files, better help for using maps, and bugfixes for log scale and curve renaming.