We have added a lot of new controls on box plots, and also allows box plots from indexed or raw data with grouping controls.
The axes dialog box has been completely redone to allow more features to be added in axes area, including
Loess and Lowess are methods to describes the deterministic part of the variation in the data without requirement of a specific function. They are especially useful for detecting the trend of the data.
Partial least squares (PLS) is a method for constructing predictive models when the factors are many and highly collinear. It is useful for variable selection and dimension reduction.
A new option Treat Layers in Each Source Graph as a Group makes it easy to keep original graphs arrangements in the merged graph.
You can now copy the fit in one graph and then paste that to all curves in another graph. This allows all the settings to be applied, a big time saver.
A new X-Function has been added to allow importing data from another OPJ. Currently, you can do so by running another instance of Origin, so this new tool makes it easier and also it can be used from LabTalk.
We have made major overhaul of polar plots in Origin, giving user far more control on the radial axes as well as a host of other new features and improvements.
Origin 9.1 allows user to recreate a graph using a different sheet or book. Right-click on window title to see the new duplicate command.
New menu items have been added to the fly-out menu in Gadgets to output results for all curves, thus allowing batch analysis of multiple curves in a graph using gadgets.
Origin 9.1 introduce data tooltip in dialogs which makes it easier to view the ranges without having to expand the node in case of multiple range input.
The digitizer tool in Origin 9.1 make several improvements, including