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The Benefits and Drawbacks of OriginLab OriginPro 90 SR2 for Scientific Research





OriginLab OriginPro 90 SR2: What You Need to Know




If you are a user of OriginLab OriginPro, a powerful data analysis and graphing software, you may be interested in knowing more about service release 2 (SR2) for Origin version 9. This is a patch that can be applied to all language versions of 32-bit and 64-bit Origin/OriginPro 9 SR1 (76). It provides several new features, improvements, bug fixes, and performance enhancements that can make your data analysis and graphing experience more efficient and enjoyable.




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In this article, we will cover everything you need to know about service release 2 for Origin 9, including:


  • What is OriginLab OriginPro?



  • What is Origin 9?



  • What is service release 2 for Origin 9?



  • What are the new features and improvements in service release 2 for Origin 9?



  • What are the limitations and drawbacks of service release 2 for Origin 9?



  • How to troubleshoot common problems with service release 2 for Origin 9?



  • How to get help and support for service release 2 for Origin 9?



By the end of this article, you will have a clear understanding of what service release 2 for Origin 9 can do for you, and how to make the most of it. So, let's get started!


What is OriginLab OriginPro?




OriginLab OriginPro is a software package that provides comprehensive tools for data analysis and graphing. It is designed for scientists, engineers, and researchers who need to perform complex data analysis, visualization, and presentation. With OriginPro, you can:


  • Create stunning graphs and charts with over 100 built-in graph types, customizable templates, and themes.



  • Analyze your data with over 200 built-in analysis tools, such as curve fitting, statistics, peak analysis, signal processing, image processing, and more.



  • Create your own custom analysis routines with the integrated programming environment, which supports C, Python, LabTalk, Origin C, and R.



  • Automate your workflow with batch processing, report generation, and project management features.



  • Publish your results with high-quality export options, such as PDF, EPS, TIFF, JPEG, PNG, HTML, PowerPoint, Word, and Excel.



  • Collaborate with your colleagues and share your data with cloud storage, database connectivity, and web publishing features.



OriginPro is the enhanced version of Origin, which offers additional features and modules that are not available in the standard version. Some of these features include:


  • Advanced analysis tools, such as surface fitting, wavelet transform, principal component analysis, cluster analysis, and more.



  • Advanced graphing tools, such as 3D surface plots, contour plots, ternary plots, heat maps, vector plots, and more.



  • Data exploration tools, such as data filters, data slicers, data readers, and data connectors.



  • Data reduction tools, such as duplicate removal, outlier removal, binning, and resampling.



  • Gadgets and Apps that provide interactive tools for quick data analysis and graphing.



  • Add-on modules that extend the functionality of OriginPro, such as NAG Library for Numerical Analysis (for advanced mathematical functions), LabVIEW VI Server (for connecting to LabVIEW), Origin Connector (for connecting to MATLAB), and more.



What is Origin 9?




Origin 9 is the latest version of the Origin/OriginPro software that was released in October 2012. It is compatible with Windows XP SP3 or later (including Windows 10). It offers several new features and improvements that make data analysis and graphing easier and faster. Some of these features include:


  • A new user interface that is more modern and intuitive. It includes a ribbon menu system that organizes commands by categories. It also includes a dockable Object Manager that allows you to manage your data plots and layers. It also includes a dockable Workbook Organizer that allows you to manage your worksheets and columns.



  • A new workbook that supports up to one million rows per worksheet. It also supports multiple sheets per workbook. It also supports cell formulas that allow you to perform calculations on your data. It also supports cell formatting that allows you to customize the appearance of your data.



  • A new graphing engine that supports OpenGL graphics acceleration. It also supports anti-aliasing that smooths the edges of your graphs. It also supports transparency that allows you to create overlapping graphs with different levels of opacity.



  • A new analysis engine that supports parallel computing. It also supports 64-bit computing that allows you to handle large data sets and perform complex calculations. It also supports Unicode that allows you to use characters from different languages and alphabets.



  • A new programming environment that supports Python scripting. It also supports code folding that allows you to collapse and expand sections of your code. It also supports code completion that suggests possible commands and variables as you type.



  • A new app center that allows you to download and install apps that extend the functionality of Origin. These apps are created by OriginLab or by third-party developers. They cover various topics, such as statistics, signal processing, image processing, and more.



What is Service Release 2 for Origin 9?




What are the reasons to update?




Service release 2 (SR2) for Origin 9 is a patch that can be applied to all language versions of 32-bit and 64-bit Origin/OriginPro 9 SR1 (76). It was released in April 2013. It provides several new features, improvements, bug fixes, and performance enhancements that can make your data analysis and graphing experience more efficient and enjoyable. Some of the reasons to update to service release 2 for Origin 9 are:


  • To take advantage of the new features and improvements that are not available in the previous versions. For example, you can use the new Data Highlighter tool that allows you to highlight data points in your graphs based on criteria. You can also use the new Data Info Window tool that displays information about your data points when you hover over them with your mouse.



  • To fix the bugs and errors that may affect the functionality and stability of the software. For example, you can fix the bug that causes the software to crash when you use the Data Reader tool on a 3D graph. You can also fix the bug that causes the software to display incorrect values when you use the Data Connector tool with a MySQL database.



  • To improve the performance and speed of the software. For example, you can improve the performance of the Gadgets and Apps by reducing their memory usage. You can also improve the speed of the Data Import Wizard by optimizing its code.



How to obtain and install the service release?




To obtain and install service release 2 for Origin 9, you need to follow these steps:


  • Make sure you have installed Origin/OriginPro 9 SR1 (76). You can check your version number by going to Help > About Origin.



  • Download the patch file from the OriginLab website. You can choose between two options: a full installation file (about 500 MB) or a patch file (about 100 MB). The full installation file will overwrite your existing installation, while the patch file will only update it.



  • Run the downloaded file and follow the instructions on the screen. You may need to close any running instances of Origin/OriginPro.



  • Restart your computer if prompted.



  • Launch Origin/OriginPro and check your version number by going to Help > About Origin. It should be updated to 9 SR2 (87).



You can also watch this video tutorial on how to obtain and install service release 2:



What are the new features and improvements in service release 2 for Origin 9?




Graphing and Analysis




Service release 2 for Service release 2 for Origin 9 introduces several new features and improvements in graphing and analysis, such as:


  • A new Data Highlighter tool that allows you to highlight data points in your graphs based on criteria, such as column values, labels, or expressions. You can also export the highlighted data to a new worksheet or graph.



  • A new Data Info Window tool that displays information about your data points when you hover over them with your mouse. You can customize the information to show, such as column values, labels, coordinates, or expressions.



  • A new Graph Maker app that allows you to create graphs from your data with a few clicks. You can choose from various graph types, such as line, scatter, bar, pie, box, etc. You can also customize the graph properties, such as axes, legends, titles, etc.



  • A new Graph Theme Organizer tool that allows you to manage your graph themes and apply them to your graphs. You can create, edit, delete, import, export, or share your graph themes.



  • A new Graph Preview feature that allows you to preview your graphs before you create them. You can see how your graphs will look like with different graph types, templates, themes, or data ranges.



  • A new Graph Batch Plotting feature that allows you to create multiple graphs from multiple data sets with one command. You can specify the graph type, template, theme, data range, and layout for each graph.



  • A new Graph Layout Page feature that allows you to arrange multiple graphs on one page with ease. You can drag and drop your graphs to the layout page, resize them, align them, or distribute them evenly.



  • A new Graph Export feature that allows you to export multiple graphs to one file with one command. You can specify the file format, resolution, color mode, page size, and margin for each graph.



  • A new Data Connector tool that allows you to connect to various data sources, such as databases, web pages, text files, Excel files, etc., and import data directly into Origin. You can also update the data in Origin whenever the data source changes.



  • A new Data Filter tool that allows you to filter your data based on criteria, such as column values, labels, expressions, or conditions. You can also apply multiple filters to your data and save them for future use.



  • A new Data Slicer tool that allows you to slice your data into segments based on criteria, such as column values, labels, expressions, or conditions. You can also plot the sliced data in different graphs or perform analysis on them.



  • A new Data Reader tool that allows you to read data values from your graphs with your mouse. You can also copy the data values to the clipboard or export them to a worksheet.



  • A new Curve Fitting app that allows you to fit your data with various models, such as linear, polynomial, exponential, Gaussian, etc. You can also create your own custom models or use the built-in models from the NAG Library. You can also compare the fitting results of different models or data sets.



  • A new Peak Analyzer app that allows you to analyze your peak data with various methods, such as baseline subtraction, peak integration, peak deconvolution, etc. You can also create your own custom methods or use the built-in methods from the NAG Library. You can also compare the analysis results of different methods or data sets.



  • A new Statistics Advisor app that allows you to perform statistical analysis on your data with guidance and recommendations. You can also learn the concepts and principles of statistics with interactive examples and tutorials.



Programming and Automation




Service release 2 for Origin 9 introduces several new features and improvements in programming and automation, such as:


  • A new Python support that allows you to use Python as a scripting language in Origin. You can run Python scripts from the Script Window, the Command Window, or the Code Builder. You can also access Origin's objects and methods from Python using the OriginExt module.



  • A new Code Builder feature that allows you to create and edit code files in various languages, such as C, Python, LabTalk, Origin C, and R. You can also debug your code files using breakpoints, watch variables, call stacks, etc.



  • A new R Console feature that allows you to run R commands and scripts in Origin. You can also exchange data between R and Origin using the Rserve package.



  • A new R Connector feature that allows you to connect to MATLAB from Origin. You can also exchange data and commands between MATLAB and Origin using the Origin Connector module.



  • A new User Defined Function (UDF) feature that allows you to create your own custom functions in C or Origin C and use them in your worksheets or graphs. You can also access the built-in functions from the NAG Library using UDFs.



  • A new User Defined Variable (UDV) feature that allows you to create your own custom variables in C or Origin C and use them in your worksheets or graphs. You can also access the built-in constants from the NAG Library using UDVs.



  • A new User Defined Menu (UDM) feature that allows you to create your own custom menus in C or Origin C and use them in your worksheets or graphs. You can also access the built-in commands from the NAG Library using UDMs.



  • A new User Defined Dialog (UDD) feature that allows you to create your own custom dialogs in C or Origin C and use them in your worksheets or graphs. You can also access the built-in controls from the NAG Library using UDDs.



Data Import and Export




Service release 2 for Origin 9 introduces several new features and improvements in data import and export, such as:


  • A new Data Import Wizard feature that allows you to import data from various sources, such as text files, Excel files, databases, web pages, etc., with ease. You can also customize the import settings, such as delimiter, header rows, column names, data types , etc. You can also preview the imported data before importing it.



  • A new Data Export Wizard feature that allows you to export data from Origin to various formats, such as text files, Excel files, databases, web pages, etc., with ease. You can also customize the export settings, such as delimiter, header rows, column names, data types, etc. You can also preview the exported data before exporting it.



  • A new Data Conversion Wizard feature that allows you to convert data from one format to another within Origin, such as text to numeric, date to numeric, numeric to date, etc. You can also customize the conversion settings, such as format, precision, locale, etc. You can also preview the converted data before converting it.



  • A new Data Transpose Wizard feature that allows you to transpose data from rows to columns or vice versa within Origin. You can also customize the transpose settings, such as header rows, column names, data types, etc. You can also preview the transposed data before transposing it.



  • A new Data Merge Wizard feature that allows you to merge data from multiple worksheets or columns into one worksheet or column within Origin. You can also customize the merge settings, such as delimiter, header rows, column names, data types, etc. You can also preview the merged data before merging it.



  • A new Data Split Wizard feature that allows you to split data from one worksheet or column into multiple worksheets or columns within Origin. You can also customize the split settings, such as delimiter, header rows, column names, data types, etc. You can also preview the split data before splitting it.



User Interface and Usability




Service release 2 for Origin 9 introduces several new features and improvements in user interface and usability, such


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