OriginLab announced the availability of Origin Viewer 9.1 at the Experimental Biology 2014 conference in San Diego. The standalone application allows viewing and copying of information from Origin Project Files without having Origin installed.
The upgrade now supports viewing rotatable OpenGL 3D graphs, is available in both 32-bit and 64-bit versions, and can be distributed and used without installation. Origin Viewer 9.1 is available to download for free from the OriginLab website.
Origin Viewer 9.1 allows Origin users to share their Origin project files with colleagues who do not have the Origin software. Partners can directly run Origin Viewer and open Origin project files, accessing the data, graphs and analysis results provided by the user. Multiple graphs can be viewed simultaneously by opening them in resizable floating windows. Contents of the project file can also be copied into third party software such as Microsoft Word or Microsoft PowerPoint for the creation of reports and presentations.
For more information, visit OriginLab.
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