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Calgary, Alberta-based Mistaya Engineering has upgraded Windographer, its wind data analysis software.

Version 3.0 features a new measure-correlate-predict module, improved extreme wind modeling and new abilities to analyze vertical temperature profiles, flag data points by scatter plot and define calculated data columns, the company explains, adding that the software can also integrate with any SQL database.

Windographer 3.0 comes in four editions: basic, standard, professional and enterprise.



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