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Spectragryph - optical spectroscopy software

Easy to use. Rock solid. Lean. For UV-VIS, NIR, FTIR, Raman, fluorescence, LIBS, XRF data. Free for private & academic use.

Free your spectral data from the spectrometer system. View & work your data wherever you want.

64 file formats recognized. Simple processing of multiple files at once. Great interactivity.

Drag& drop file for plot creation. Copy&paste data for instant plot creation.

Spectral database search. Batch export into four spectral file formats.

Creation & automated execution of processing step sequences.

Spectrometer hardware control & live spectra acquisition from 6 brands.

Compatible with WinXP, Win 7, Win 8.1, Win 10. Switchable user interface.

2018-10-17: new version v1.2.10 (with Avantes multichannel acquisition, manual stacking, new file formats & more): see changes, download.

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