Experimental Data Analyst Fills the Void
in Data Analysis Software
There are plenty of data analysis tools on the market, but if you work with experimental data, it's tough to
find one specifically tailored for your work--at least until now.
Experimental Data Analyst, the latest addition to the Wolfram Research
Applications Library, is the answer. It's designed specifically for
physical scientists, engineers, life scientists, experimental
psychologists, students, and anyone else working experimental data.
From extensive data fitting capabilities to visualization and error
propagation, Experimental Data Analyst uses the power of Mathematica to get
the most out of experimental data. Researchers and students at all levels
use Experimental Data Analyst for fitting, error analysis, and
visualization. The extensive error analysis capabilities easily allow them
to obtain estimated errors in the fit parameters and to examine graphical
information about the fit, including residuals of the fit. This is the only
software that enables them to handle errors in both coordinates of the
data. Users can import and export ASCII and binary data. Experimental Data
Analyst is easily customized and provides users a rich environment for the
visualization of experimental data.
Jean Peccoud, a medical researcher at the Institut Albert Bonniot in
France, has used Experimental Data Analyst and Mathematica to calibrate
data acquisition systems to fit experimental data to various models, giving
him a completely new interface to his instruments.
"Experimental Data Analyst provides a lot of functions that are extremely
useful to anybody who has to analyze experimental data," Peccoud saids. "It
also gives me a lot of flexibility in building custom functions that
perfectly fit my needs. This saves me time and money."
More information on Experimental Data Analyst and other Mathematica applications is available.