Origin 2019 is now available for users at both vlab and Software Centre. The package is designed to produce publication quality data graphs in a multitude of formats and provides useful tools for data mining, transformation and analysis. The new features are highlighted at https://www.originlab.com/2019.
The latest version of Stata, one of the major commercial statistics programs, is available for use on the University of Saskatchewan network. Continue reading
The current version of Geomatica, 2017, is now available for install on campus machines. Continue reading
Two University of Saskatchewan students have had their work published in an unusual venue – a calendar. Jingting Lei and Xiaojing Lu, mentored by Dr. Winston Zeng, of The Spatial Initiative, produced a map of aboriginal communities in northern Saskatchewan. This map was compiled in response to multiple requests to The Spatial Initiative for high quality maps for northern areas, including northern Saskatchewan. Continue reading
The latest version of Origin for 2017 has been released and is now available for University of Saskatchewan users. Continue reading
Geomatica version 2015 is now available for use on University computers. A new license server has been set up to handle all campus Geomatica licenses. Continue reading
City Engine is a modeller for urban landscapes that ESRI acquired to complement their ArcGIS software. A new version has recently been released and is available under our academic license with ESRI. Continue reading