Gigawiz has released an update for Aabel, bringing it to version 1.5.5. Aabel is a data analysis and charting app designed for 2 and 3 dimensional charting from multiple databases. The update features PD DF support and graphic switching. According to Gigawiz:
Gigawiz releases the first upgrade to the companys new data analysis and charting application (Aabel), bringing it to version 1.5.
Aabel is pipeline oriented, allowing real-time, two-way interaction between charts and worksheets/databases. Aabel offers native worksheet and database support, a wide range of 2D and 3D charts, a data manipulator, built-in multivariate statistical analysis methods, integrated map projection utilities, built-in methods for quality control of numeric data, and data search/filtering tools for generating subsets of data based on user defined criteria.
What is new in this version:
This update introduces a unique graphic switch for switching between Quartz (for forward compatibility) and QuickDraw (to allow exporting in PICT format), while still using OpenGL for dynamic drawing of 3-D graphs.
It provides full PDF support for import, export, and clipboard; has added 15 new chart types in 5 categories; allows two levels of preferences for chart customizing; provides an extended date format with a range of 500,000 B.C. to 80,000 A.D.; allows generating and storing histogram bin data, and exporting data from selected scatter chart points.
You can find more information about the Aabel update at the Gigawiz Web site. Aabel 1.5.5 is free for registered users, while the full version is available for US$349.00.