DPlot Windows software for Excel users to create presentation quality graphs
DPlot is a Windows program that lets Excel users create presentation-quality graphs from a wide variety of data sources. Whether you're a spreadsheet expert or you're using Excel to lay out your first financial statement, you'll benefit from DPlot's powerful graphing capabilities.
Graphs in Excel
For many spreadsheet users, the graphing capabilities built into the spreadsheet software can do the job. Today's Excel users, however, are used to seeing presentation-quality graphics in every medium, from cereal boxes to local TV news. Spreadsheet users need more sophistication to keep their stakeholders' attention.
DPlot gives Microsoft Excel users the highest quality, most accurate graphs that are available on the Windows PC today. And by using captivating graphics in your presentations and other work projects, you can keep colleagues and managers interested in your work. DPlot turns team members into supporters.
Creating Graphs with DPlot
With DPlot, Excel users can utilize data files from a wide variety of sources, and turn them into graphs of all types. DPlot easily lays out the graphs the way you need them, and labels and annotates them. For added emphasis, it's easy to use photos or images as the background for your graphs.
Multidimensional Graphs for complex data
DPlot lets spreadsheet users graph and manipulate 1-, 2-, 3-, and 4-dimensional data. If you have a spreadsheet file or an ordinary comma-delimited file that contains statistics by year, or any groupings of figures, DPlot can grab the data, and lay it out for you in a huge variety of graphic representations.
DPlot and Excel Graphs for Specialists
Some of your colleagues and stakeholders learn well from your verbal presentations. Others can grasp numerical data more quickly if they see it displayed graphically. DPlot makes it easy for Excel users to turn data into graphics, effortlessly. Sometimes Excel users need to create stunning contour plots of 3- and 4-dimensional data. Other times, a bare-bones chart can tell your story much more effectively than words. DPlot can meet all of your spreadsheet graphing needs.
Graphs for All Disciplines
Regardless of the subject matter of your spreadsheets, DPlot can help you illustrate specific functions and formulas effectively. DPlot can enhance your proposals, journal articles, status reports, and project summaries.
Graphs for Regulators, Journalists, and the Public
Colleagues and management are not the only target audiences for Excel users. Your spreadsheet work may be examined by stakeholders as diverse as government regulators, potential investors in your company, and journalists who can help you educate the public. Impress all of your stakeholders by delivering numerical information clearly, graphically.
Whether you're preparing engineering material for your coworkers, illustrating proposals for grants, preparing your calendar-year budget for your manager, or illustrating a journal article, DPlot can help you create stronger visual images.
DPlot Makes Graphs Affordable
A single-user DPlot license costs $195(US), and will improve all of your graphs and charts now,
and for years to come.
Add-In InstallationIf you elect to install the optional Add-In during setup everything should proceed smoothly on Windows 95 or later and all versions of Excel from Excel 97 through 2016 and Office 365. Your security settings may prevent the installation from being completed, but with a few short steps you should be able to manually finish the installation. If you installed the Add-In but do not see a DPlot menu in Excel, see the Using the DPlot Interface Add-In for Microsoft Excel topic in the online manual.
"With my trusty Excel addin installed, I NEVER use the Excel plot routines even for simple plots. The speed presentation and flexibility are incredible. I scratch the surface but am aware of the extreme power this package represents, it outmodes anything Excel or any other package has to offer at a bargain price. The support is quick and accurate."
"Holy !#%$... Did I just create a graph with 2 clicks from Excel?
Windows 7, 2008,
Vista, XP, NT,
ME, 2003, 2000,
Windows 98, 95