Origin sr2 8.5.1

An expert data analysis software that can graph data for scientific and engineering purposes

  • Category:

    Science & education software

  • Version:

    sr2 8.5.1

  • Works under:

    Windows 8 / Windows Vista / Windows 7 / Windows XP

  • Program available in:In English
  • Program license:Trial version
  • Vote:
    5.6 (34)

Origin is a great data analysis program for anyone looking to improve the way they run their business, or explain how it works to others.

Data analysis is crucial in almost every field. Keeping track of everything helps to improve your business by helping you focus on improving areas that need improving, and promoting areas that are doing well. They also allow you an easy way to demonstrate to shareholders or investors your business's progress and projections. It definitely helps you make smart business decisions. Origin is easy to use and even offers a free trial.

So what can it do? Origin was designed with you in mind and aims to make both presenting and analyzing data simpler and easier. You can graph your progress. You can even have processes update automatically as you make parameter changes. Choose from colors, manage objects and use smart plotting to help streamline every aspect. Track day-to-day - skip weekends and holidays!

A nice feature is that you can export your graphs to PowerPoint and process them in batches. It saves tons of time. You can also add features for specific tasks with modular apps, or if you're up to date on scripting, you can customize your own routines.

Origin is nothing if not professional. It's a powerful bit of software, and while it does its best to be user-friendly, you'll still need a comprehensive understanding of data analysis to really use it to its full potential.


  • You can automate your data analysis
  • Ability to create multiple graphs
  • li>Many features to choose from
  • You can make your own features


  • Can be a bit pricy
  • Definitely not for beginners or dabblers

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