Version 3.x

Version 3.90g (Dec. 2nd 2008)

A program error which caused an error message when displaying scatter plot graphs was fixed.

Version 3.90f (Oct. 21st 2008)

Due to a programming error it could happen that the value for target refraction is changed when entering preOP refraction data directly into the table view (and not via the data entry form as usually.) Version 3.9f fixes this problem. This update is very important for all users who are entering data directly into the table!

Version 3.90e (Sept. 5th 2008)

Due to an error in the program code it was not possible to change the values for target trefraction. This problem was fixed with this update.

Version 3.90d (June 9th 2008)

Version 3.90d addresses again issues with the Access 2007 Runtime installation. Users could not change the database backend and received an error message when clicking on 'select database'. The BDT import interface for Softoftalmo data was extended. The number of eyes indicated in some of the graphs is not correct also under Access 2007 and Vista.

Version 3.90c (May 9th 2008)

Version 3.9c (only Access 2007 version!) solves a graphic display problem which appeare under Windows Vista. Graphs showed a white area instead of the graph and only after open/close of the window graphs could be displayed correctly. Version 3.90c fixes this problem.

Version 3.90b (April 24th 2008)

We corrected several issues which occured in combination with Microsoft Office 2007 and Windows Vista. The Access 2007 Runtime version is now Service Pack 1 and displays graphs correctly. A new for for the Schwind Amaris laser has been added. Calculation of cylinder and coma axis values from Zernike coefficients has been corrected. We now support only up to 6 treatment steps (before max. 9 steps). This allows us display additional IOL related fields on the table view.

Version 3.90a (March 7th 2008)

A number of issues, especially related to the Office 2007 version of Datagraph where fixed. Re-treatments can be entered again as usual. The data entry frorm for default setting has been simplified for better performance under Office 2007. Some graphs or parts of graphd did not appear under the Office 2007 version. This has been fixed with 3.90a

Version 3.90 (Jan 18th 2008)

We changed the layout of the data entry form to make it more related to the actual database structure. A number of improvements have been made for the office 2007 version of Datagraph-med which runs now faster. User defined options and default settings are now kept in the individual data files making it easier to upgrade and share data files. Printing functions and online help have been updated.

Version 3.65b (August 29. 2007)

Version 3.65b fixes a warning message 'sph without cyl or axis' which appeared too often during data entry.

Version 3.65a (August 23rd 2007)

Version 3.65a fixes issues which could block users from entering new cases. Ohther minor changes where implemented.

Version 3.65 (July 2nd 2007)

Version 3.65 contains a number of internal fixes and improvements. Nomograms and scatter plots are screened for unusual values before being displayed. Corneal Curvature can be entered as K-value or radius value. A new password system allows 'data-entry-only' passwords. For the first time we now support Access 12 ( Office 2007). Access 9.0 ( Office 2000) will no longer be available as download.
The monochrome graph export has been improved. The filter form will be re-centered periodically.
Filtering data in the data entry form view has been extended. French language translation has been improved (spcial thanks to Mr. F.Penin!)

Version 3.60 (Oct. 10th 06)

The BDTA import filter (to transfer data from front office software like Medistar, IFA and othes) has been improved. Besides group data import one can add single eye data from within the data entry form. The 'show data' function shows the background data for any graph and helps to find data entry errors. There is a new option for user defined scatter plots. The x and y - axis data source can be selected by the user. The vertex calculator tool has been corrected. And several other minor bug fixes have been applied.

Version 3.50d (June 19th 06)

The Carl-Zeiss-Meditec MEL 80 Data import filter has been updated.

Version 3.50c (May 5th 06)

Additional fields for phakic IOL have been added. Several minor bugs of the data entry form and form for default settings have been fixed. Printing patient population is now possible. Graph of re-treament rate now starts at month 1 (was month 3 before). Entering follow up data for cyclo refractions before entering manifest refraction data is now possible.

Version 3.50b (Feb. 24th 06)

The possiblility to change the treatment ID when filing a new treatment now works with older data files as well.

Version 3.50a (Feb. 08th 06)

Several design changes on the data entry form. List of missing follow ups can be exported into MS Excel and contains referring surgeon. Office 2003 installations now without annoying security warnings. Treatment ID can be modified during filing of new treatments.

Version 3.50 build45 (Dec. 22nd 05)

First corrections of version 3.5 where made. Scatter plots display for mixed astigmatism fixed. Imporved printout format for data entry form. Minor labelling changes.

Version 3.50 build42 (Dec. 13th 05)

Version 3.5 has been greatly improved. Download and install it to see the new look of Datagraph-med! Some of the changes are:
New graphs for aberrometry data (coma scatter plot!) have been added. Vertex distances can now be entered induvidually with all refraction values. Graphs can be shown for different vertex values.The data entry form has been re-designed completely and new fields have been added. It now includes a subjective questionaire. User settings now are stored in an external file and remain unchanged when upgrading to newer versions. List of complications can be edidited. A vertex calculation tool has been added.

Version 3.20d (July 4th 05)

Scatter Plots have been corrected for Monovision cases. 'Show data' function works now even when the data has been filtered on treatment times.

Version 3.20c (Dec 13th 04)

The display format for Surgically Induced Refractive Change (SIRC) has been changed to a double angle plot on the data entry form. The BDTA import module got more safety against wrong import of incomplete data sets. Plus other minor text labeling and format changes.

Version 3.20b (Oct 19th 04)

We added a back Vertex Distance field to the MEL 80 sub form. The Italian translation has been improved (Thanks to Guido Battarra from Nidek Italy!). A Vertex calculator has been added as tool. Sort order in the data entry form is memorized.

Version 3.20a (Sept 2nd 04)

Two new graphs (Strehl-Value and Q-Value over time) have been added to the aberrations section. The Nidek OPD-Scan data import filter has been extended for 'Strehl Ratio' and 'Q-Values'. The Scout Data import has been made more stable and accepts files without refraction data. New graphs for near vision data have been added ('Cumulative near UCVA with far correction - percent' and 'Change in UCVA vs. preOP BSCVA - Eyes/Percent'). The FDA conform 'Stability' table has been improved. Plus a number of text and labeling improvements. Scatter Plots now can be seen with linear or polynomial regression lines and R² Values are displayed. Same Password as version 3.20 can be used!

Version 3.20 (June 16th 04)

Import filters for Zeiss-Meditec/COAS aberrometer and Optikon-Scout Topographer (Zernike Coefficients only). Aberrometer Data included in Excel import/export spread sheet. Aberrometer graphs allow to select between corneal, ocular and internal aberrations and can be filtered on different pupil diameters.

NEW: Data-entry-only versions for Zeiss-Meditec MEL 80 users available free of charge. (Proof of MEL 80 ownership required.)

Version 3.1 (April 15th 04)

Improved stability, new filters for graphs on pupil diameter and laser types by manufacturer have been added. Stability between two follow up intervals; calculated according FDA requirements has been added. Faster scrolling between records.

Version 3.0e (Mar. 3rd 04)

Allows to link images to individual examinations. New fields added for binocular near and distant VA. Deleting patient groups in the table view and switching from filtered graphs to the related data has been improved.

Version 3.0c (Jan. 11th 04)

Fixes an installation problem which occurred with the the Office 2000 version on Windows 2000 systems.

Contrast sensitivity graphs now show the 'normal range' for a younger population group aged 20-50.

Data export to MS Excel has been improved.

Version 3.0b (Dec. 8th 03)

A new graph 'Average Near Addition over time' has been added and other minor formatting issues corrected.

Version 3.0a

Zooming on screen sizes other than 1024x768 pixels has been improved. Two new graphs for spherical aberration have been added. Window labels have been added.

Version 3.0

Simply try Version 3.0! (it does not override previous versions and can be used in parallel for evaluation)

Besides an improved database structure and layout we have added new features like 'user defined excel import interface ' and new graphs like 'RMS HO aberrations over time' and 'normalized double angle scatter plot'. UCVA/BCVA graphs have been modified to display more bars for higher VA's and less in the low VA range reflecting changes in quality of refractive surgery!

Data can now be entered in forms or tables and the user can define the columns displayed in tables. Printing graphs includes actual filter settings. Tables can be exported into Excel as arranged (and filtered) on the screen. Aberrometer data based on Zernike Coefficients can be imported (currently available only for Nidek 'OPD Scan' and Visx 'Wavescan'). Filter settings of all graphs remain stored when switching between graphs.

Version 3.0 beta

With version 3.0 Datagraph med becomes a new face! We changed the appearance and database structure. The beta version is for power users who give us hints for further improvements. 'regular users' should wait for the official release of version 3.0 as there may be still minor bugs in the beta version.