MS-Windows software that makes data analysis and publishing easy.
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The Serf Software Suite is for the analysis of (biological) data for MS-Windows 2000, XP,Vista and W7.
Support for windows 95 and anterior has been discontinued since v 4.40.
What's new since the last version?
v 4.44: Bitmaps, 3D-graphs, text, squares
and circles can be rotated.
v 4.28: Create windrose plot.
v 4.29: Drawing objects may now contain a (web)hyperlink.
v 4.35: Durbin-Watson statistics included in curve fitting.
v 4.49 A bug in XYZ-plot, introduced in v4.48 removed
v 4.46 Grid error in XYZ plots corrected.
v 4.45 An object sizing error introduced in V 4.44 has been removed.
v 4.40 Fitting under windows-7, 64 bit sometimes gave problems. A workaround has been found.
v 4.40 Weigh fit with 1/sigma on drawing sheet now works as it should.
v 4.39 Links between histograms and spreadsheet columns could not always be re-established after reading from disk. OK now.
v 4.38 Spreadsheet functions starting with 'GET' were not recognised anymore. Now they are again.
v 4.36 remove grid in graph bug fixed.
v 4.36 fill empty spreadsheet cells to the left or right bug is fixed.
Clusters 4.26 "Heatmap>remove entries with statistical unsignificant differences" contained an error that has now been resolved.
v 4.25 When fitting more than 200 data points in the drawing sheet could crash the program. This is now fixed.
v 4.16 an error in the spreadsheet print routine solved.
v 4.15 Bug in 'cell properties' routine fixed.
v 4.14 Crash during (de)convolution in spreadsheet fixed.
Cells&Maps and Clusters v 4.1: When zooming dialog boxes disappeared such as in "thresholding". This is now corrected.
v 4.04: A malfunction in the spreadsheet function "GetLNum" corrected.
Clusters v 4.04: Bug after the "remove entries" command solved.
v 4.03: Crash right after start-up solved.
v 4.02: A nasty bug in the "Split graph" routine has been removed.