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Paleovu - Free Software

A Browse and Visualization Tool for Paleoclimate Data
PaleoVu (Version 1.0 for Windows 3.1 and the Macintosh) is a complete browse and visualization tool for all types of paleoclimate and paleoecological data. Point and click to create queries, list site information, display or plot variables and data, or export the data for further processing and analysis. See the PaleoVu User's Guide for a full description of all features.

Note: PaleoVu is no longer maintained or supported. Data content is not being updated, and compatibility problems may exist with newer operating systems. PaleoVu is still suitable as a teaching tool, but our internet-based browsing tools are the most up to date source for paleoclimatic data.

If you have problems or questions take a look at the PaleoVu Frequently Asked Questions for an answer. For further assistance, contact paleo@noaa.gov.

Macintosh:
[NOTE: PaleoVu for the Macintosh is no longer maintained or supported. The latest known Macintosh operating system that it runs with is Macintosh OS 7.X]

Please read this document, which describes How To Download and Install PaleoVu Version 1.0 for the Macintosh. Check the What's New page for new data or updated versions of the PaleoVu executable. Documentation for PaleoVu is available as a binhexed (880 Kbytes) file containing a Microsoft Word 5.0 document.

After you have read the How To document, go here to download PaleoVu for the Macintosh.

Microsoft Windows:
Please read this document, which describes How To Download and Install PaleoVu Version 1.0 for Microsoft Windows. Check the What's New page for new data or updated versions of the PaleoVu executable. Documentation for PaleoVu is available as a self-extracting executable file (160 Kbytes) containing a Word for Windows 2.0 document.

After you have read the How To document, go here to download PaleoVu for Microsoft Windows.


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21 June 1999