I use this routinely for viewing large CSV files containing an assortment of telemetry. Does the job very easily and completely.
Perfect for panning and zooming through data!
Exactly what I was looking for, an app that makes it simple to pan and zoom in on data. After a quick glance at the manual, I just loaded up a .csv file exported from excel with 18,000 data points. It made it real easy to find the data I was looking for. Don't forget the shift key while using the mouse wheel...
Note- files have to be in .csv format not .xlxs to work in ClickPlot.I'm a neurobiologist. We have a device that generates data in columns ( typically 24 columns x 500 rows), but the values for each column can vary widely. I have tried to use excel's "Chart" to view the data, but it is not smart enough to adjust the y-axis if plotting more than 1 column of data-- it requires individually plotting each, which is slow; the plots appear over the data, and the file size become large which slows Excel down. This app is GREAT for a quick view of the data, channel-by-channel, or multiple channels (columns) at once (if they're of similar scale). Thanks for this one!
A gem for engineers
It is always great to find good software in the App Store, even better if it is free.I usually get lots of data to analyze. I tend to use statistical packages (R, Matlab), and ocassionally Excel. ClickPlot is so helpful and easy to use I have added it to my set of tools. To plot a text file (tabular data), just drag in the file from finder into ClickPlot. Then select the radio button indicating what column you want on the x-axis, and highlight the columns you want on the y-axis. It can't be simpler than that. I have plotted medium sized files (<50K rows) without problems.The ease of the zoom function and the averaging are icing on the cake. Overall a well thought tool!