The latest version of iNZight is now available to download, with a new Windows installer, Mapping module, and a whole lot of improvements. We've also updated the version of R, so you'll need to download it again from our website:
iNZight v3.0 Released
The past year has seen a lot of big changes to iNZight, and we are finally ready to release these to you! At its core, iNZight is still the same, but we've made several fundamental changes that we hope will make it easier for you to use.
So, what's new?
- An improved plot toolbar
We've reordered some of the buttons, and changed the "Add to Plot", "Remove Additions" and "Inference Information" buttons into icons themselves, with textual tooltips when you mouseover them. It also responds to the particular module you open (see later).
- Example datasets
Instead of shipping iNZight with a data folder, we've incoporated the main data sets directly into iNZight. From the File menu, you'll notice a new "Example Datasets" option, which lets you quickly load data sets to play with.
- Plot features
The Add to Plot window has been completely renovated, with the most obvious change being the integration of the "Code variables" and "Change plot appearance" panels, so now you can do that all from one place.
Some key changes:
- Resize points now resizes point area proportional to the variable. You can optionally revert to the old method, which scales points linearly, which is suitable for exaggerating trends when there is a small range of sizes in the size-by variable or limiting visual size effects where there is a huge range of sizes in the size-by variable.
- More choice of colours: Finally, you can choose your own colour palette! We've linked up to some awesome packages that provide some great colour schemes, including Viridis, which is colourblind and grayscale friendly!
- Grid lines, symbol control ...