From the Author, Please Note:Due to circumstances beyond my control, I am no longer able to support DPlot. Because I do not want it to simply fade away, I have sold the company and DPlot to another company. This is a reputable engineering and science research firm with an international presence. I won't name them because I'm not sure they're quite ready, and I leave it up to them to announce their presence. I am absolutely certain that they will provide the support that everyone is used to. Please note that all current dplot.com emails will soon go to... well, nobody.
Thank you for your support over the years. I have immensely enjoyed interacting with DPlot users from around the world. Farewell.
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The current Vicksburg time is 11:41:19 am Saturday, 30 Sep 2023
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About the Author
David Hyde has worked as a research structural engineer in Vicksburg, Mississippi since 1982. His software applications are used throughout the world to solve unique and challenging problems. David wrote the first version of DPlot in 1986 to fulfill a need for a plotting program capable of handling large data records. Of course the '86 version looked quite a bit different than what you see today. Since that time DPlot's capabilities have grown considerably, primarily due to comments and suggestions from users like yourself.
...I know some of you are actual engineers and science type peeps, so you should probably mosey over and check it out. I mean, he's an awfully nice guy and he's got testimonials from other nerds saying how great his program is. I know you poindexters don't dare lie to each other, on account of your huge brains, so it's probably pretty good at whatever the #$!% it does.
Windows 7, 2008,
Vista, XP, NT,
ME, 2003, 2000,
Windows 98, 95