Extrema is a powerful visualization and data
analysis tool that enables researchers to quickly distill their large,
complex data sets into meaningful information. Its flexibility,
sophistication, and power allow you to easily develop your own
commands and create highly customized graphs.
Earlier versions of Extrema have been released by TRIUMF under the product name Physica.
The Extrema Advantage
All the power and flexibility of Extrema's versatile command language
is now available from its rich graphical user interface.
Although Extrema's command language is already known for its
intuitive syntax and ease of use, the graphical user interface
simplifies the process even further, by displaying all the options
available. No need to remember how to get that obscure special effect
you need; just click the button and it's done!
Even so, the power user often requires the flexibility and
programming constructs that are truly only available from a proper
command-driven program. All the powerful command line and programming
features of previous versions of Extrema are still available.
Extrema's detailed help system includes not just basic help on how
to run the program, but also sample scripts, examples of use,
sample graphical output, and details of the math and statistical
theory underlying different commands and effects.
05 September 2010 -- Version 4.4.5 released for Linux