WebPlotDigitizer: Web based tool to extract data from plots, images, and maps. A large quantity of published data is available only in the form of plots and it is often difficult to extract numerical data accurately out of these pictures. There are several softwares available to aid this process, but most are either paid, difficult to use or lack some essential features. Also, many of the existing programs work only on a few specific operating systems and require installation by the user. Most programs only support 2D X-Y plots and so it is not possible to work with polar diagrams, ternary diagrams, microscope images or maps. With these issues in mind, WebPlotDigitizer was developed to be an easy to use, free of charge and opensource program that can work with a variety of plot types and images. This program is developed using HTML5 which allows it to run within a web browser and requires no installation on to the user’s hard drive.
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- Quijano, Alex John; Joyner, Michele L.; Ross, Chelsea; Watts, J.Colton; Seier, Edith; Jones, Thomas C.: Spatio-temporal analysis of foraging behaviors of \itAnelosimus studiosus utilizing mathematical modeling of multiple spider interaction on a cooperative web (2016)
- Al-Gahtani, Husain J.; Mukhtar, Faisal M.: RBF-based meshless method for the free vibration of beams on elastic foundations (2014)