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Development

First of all, I want to thank you for your interest in wanting to know more about SimplexNumerica.

The idea for SimplexNumerica sprung out of my own desires to create a relatively simple data plotter.

Thus SimplexNumerica started out as a small side project of mine in 1986. I have previously worked on other programs and something I noticed early on was the benefits of having a really good base layer. As a matter of fact, a lot of my work with Simplex  has revolved around building programs like SimplexGraphics, Simplexety and SimplexEditor as the base layer.

- Ralf Wirtz, Software engineer and developer


Preface

SimplexNumerica is an object-oriented numerical data analyzer, plotting and visualization program. SimplexNumerica is proving to be extremely popular among scientists. It has Ergonomic programming using the newest Windows programming guidelines with toolbars, context dialogs and interactive diagrams providing easy handling with difficult numeric mathematics. SimplexNumerica is best suited for publication type graphics, analysis of arbitrary data, analysis of measuring data, etc. 

When just getting the job done is work enough, the last thing you need is to waste time having to learn yet another computer application. Your experience with other tools should be relevant to each new application, making it possible to sit down and use that new application right away.

That's why SimplexNumerica is so popular. Whether you simply need a powerful replacement for expensive graphic programs, a tool for editing measurement data, or a professional chart program, SimplexNumerica does what you want, the way you would expect.

SimplexNumerica is designed to provide the power and functionality to satisfy the most demanding data plotting requirements. It can handle arrays up to the limits of virtual memory, and will work with 32 and 64-bit editions of MS Windows™ 2000, XP, Vista and Windows 7.

SimplexNumerica has a wide-ranging library of 2D and 3D charts with a large section based on approximation and interpolation algorithms. Equipped with genuine object-oriented vector diagrams, MDI Child Windows with context sensitive pull down menus, e.g. the report and layout windows facilitate the ease-of-use and operation of the program. Likewise, the chart module integrated into the user interface places its elements (lines, polygons, ellipses etc.) in an object-oriented manner. Icons and menu options for selecting, increasing, grouping etc. are also intuitively present. The diagram types and numeric functions can be checked in separate data sheets. The tool windows are dynamically updated to show the most important functions; mouse-clicks are the only action necessary for most operations. 

Complex operational sequences are taken care of automatically as far as possible by the program. Auto-scale routines permit the highest automation. The interactive nature of data analysis limits your user-inputs to that which are only really necessary. 

When just getting the job done is work enough, the last thing you need is to waste time having to learn yet another computer application. Your experience with other tools should be relevant to each new application, making it possible to sit down and use that new application right away. 

That's why SimplexNumerica is so popular. Whether you simply need a powerful extension for Excel, a tool for plotting row data, or whatever, SimplexNumerica does hopefully what you want and the way you would expect. 

SimplexNumerica is designed to provide the power and functionality to satisfy the most demanding plotting needs. It will work with MS Windows™  XP, Vista, Windows 7 and Windows 2003/2008 Server (maybe higher versions of both operating systems). 

SimplexNumerica has been implemented according to the Microsoft Windows Guidelines for Accessible Software Design, so great attention has been paid to making it easy for both beginners and experienced users. 

SimplexNumerica continues where the most plotting and chart programs are stopping! By the way, you will see that it is not only for scientists!  

If you still have further questions, do not hesitate to contact me. 

support@SimplexNumerica.com

www.SimplexNumerica.com


11th January 2011

 Ralf Wirtz

 


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