[Spectroscopy Ninja] Spectroscopy Ninja
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[SpectraGryph] Spectragryph
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May 15, 2017 New version v1.1 released, with a new major area: spectral database search!

The eighth update to the initial Spectragryph version brings a major innovation to live: Spectragryph is now able to built up spectral databases from commercial database formats and your own data collection. Configure and combine search algorithms, search unknown samples against your database, export results to Excel, create PDF search reports, etc. Additionally, Spectragryph can now be called from the command line, and has also some more improvements and bugfixes. See a list of all changes here. Download from here. Also, the online manual is taking shape, providing a plethora of detailed description and explanations.

March 21, 2017 New version released, with some new functions & many fixes

Here is the seventh update to the initial Spectragryph version. The new version v1.0.7 brings finally the proprietary Spectragryph binary file type, reading of *.txt files, editing of tab names and some more small improvements. Plus, over a dozen bug fixes. See a list of all changes here. Download from here.

Feb 14, 2017 New version released, with new functions

Her comes the sixth update to the initial Spectragryph version. The new version v1.0.6 brings support for a bunch of new x and y axis types, reading of Thermo Noran WinTrace XRF data and more. See a list of all changes here. Download from here.

Feb 01, 2017 New version released, with new functions

Fifth update to the initial Spectragryph version released today. The new version v1.0.5 has Kubelka-Munk transformation and some new functions for chemometric preprocessing. See a list of all changes here. Download from here.

Jan 26, 2017 New version released, mainly bugfixes

Fourth update to the initial Spectragryph version released today. The new version v1.0.4 brings mainly bugfixes. See a list of all changes here. Download from here.

Jan 17, 2017 New version released

The third update to the initial Spectragryph version was just released. The new version v1.0.3 has two new file formats (binary *.sif files from Andor Solis software and HP/ Agilent 8453 *.kd kinetic series), improved speed for advanced baselining and reading of *.sd files, new options for spike removal and averaging, better consistency for handling many files and a number of important bug fixes. See a list of all changes here. Download from here.

Dec 22, 2016 New version released

Today, the second update to the initial Spectragryph version was released. The new version v1.0.2 has a new file format (binary files from Analytik Jena's WinAspect software for Specord spectrometers, *.dat), improved merge function, expanded averaging function, a new way for quick removal of selected spectra and one important bug fix. Download from here.

Dec 17, 2016 New version released

Today, a first update to the initial Spectragryph version was released. The new version v1.0.1 has four new additional file formats (Mattson, HP/ Agilent 8453, Horiba Labspec, Avantes Avasoft), a merge function for partially or non-overlapping spectra, peak finding with sub-pixel accuracy and a couple of important bug fixes. Download from here.

Dec 15, 2016 Funding goal reached

The new Spectroscopy Ninja funding goal has been hit in time and even reached 123%! You might imagine how relieved I am now, to be able to proceed with the Spectroscopy Ninja project. Also, I am really proud to know so many caring and supporting users of my software.

Dec 07, 2016 Spectragryph flyer/ poster

Want to share a one-pager on Spectragryph or put up the good news onto your institution's billboard? The use this PDF file. To be printed as A4 or A3.

Nov 28, 2016 New funding goal!
Your support is still needed to keep Spectroscopy Ninja going. Let's raise the funding sum to EUR 12,000 until Dec. 15, or I have to shut down everything.
Nov 17, 2016 Code signing certificate
The install file is now dual signed with a SHA1/ SHA256 code signing certificate. This allows me to appear as "verified publisher" on installation, which increases user trust and simplifies installation. Tested on WinXP, Win7 and Win10.
Nov 11, 2016 Spectragryph v1.0 offficially released!
Today, I've finally launched the first version of the new Spectragryph software, and made it available to everyone interested though this website. Like it's forerunner software Spekwin32, Spectragryph is free to use for all private, academic, non-commercial purposes. This software is one of the most powerful, yet easy-to-use free scientific softwares you can get your grip on. Have fun!
Oct 14, 2016 first Spectragryph test version delivered to supporters
Today, I've finally provided the first version. As announced during the campaign, this went only to donating supporters (you can still join the fundraising). Everyone else has yet to wait.
It is not 100% finished, but nearly all functionality of Spekwin32 has been rebuilt and it's running quite robust. There are some completely new functions (e.g. the "multi cursor") and other functions were strongly improved (e.g. integration). I tried to create a modern laid-back user interface, based much on current Microsoft Office user interface paradigms. It is also possible to change the look&feel fundamentally.
August 09, 2016 creation of SpectraGryph part of the Spectroscopy Ninja website
Today, I've created this new part of the website, in order to have a dedicated place for my new optical spectroscopy software SpectraGryph. There is also a dedicated new domain: http://www.spectragryph.com, that forwards to here (http://www.effemm2.de/spectragryph). The software is not yet available, but first screenshots can be seen here.
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