gGraph® Users' Manual


As with any software, is anticipated that issues of stability and functionality will occur from time to time. WMI will address these issues as they become apparent. Any license purchased for gGraph 1.0 will be valid for all gGraph 1.X releases. We welcome all suggestions for increased/improved functionality. Features to be added in the near future include:

Ability to “undo” previous actions
Ability to manipulate (mathematically) internal datagrids (currently limited to Excel operations on external .xlsx files)
Ability to fit simple and complex functions to plotted data
Ability to add shapes (circles, ovals, squares, rectangles)

Known Bugs in gGraph1.0:

Lines/arrows: Some actions (e.g., “Refresh Plot”) may cause lines/arrows to disappear temporarily. Running the mouse over the location of the lines/arrows will cause them to reappear.

The user will be asked to if he/she wants to save changes when closing files even if no change has been made to the file since it was opened.

Masking of data in a datagrid does not propagate to the .xlsx file. Masking of data in the .xlsx file (i.e., by making the format of data “bold” will not propagate to the datagrid when the data is imported.

I. Licensing

gGraph 1.0 is available for evaluation purposes without a license. A license for full functionality is available through WMI at gGraph purchases

II. Quick Guide to Making a Graph

III. Main Menu

Folios: open an existing Foloi (.ggf) or create a new Folio
Data Files: Create, open, save and close internal and external data files
Window: Toggle between open Folios
Capture Selection: Select graph(s) for saving (in various formats) or printing

IV. Special notes about text

The user can input/edit text associated with axis labels, figure legend, and additional labels the user may wish to add to a graph. Text following the ‘ ~ ’symbol will be superscripted, text following the ‘ ` ’ symbol (same key as the ‘ ~ ‘ symbol) will be subscripted, and text following the ‘ ^ ‘ symbol will be normal. Additionally, right-clicking in an active text box (where you are currently editing text) allows for insertion of a number of commonly used special characters.