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You can buy the Harvard Chart XL 3.0 directly from Harvard Graphics at the following link:
There is an option on this page to "Purchase & Download" & another option to "Purchase Boxed Product". However, they sell it for $134.90, not $130. But shipping is free.
If you click on "Purchase Boxed Product", you will proceed to the shopping cart.
You can also check the Harvard Instant Chart at the following web page:
An overview of each of the 2 products is also provided on those 2 web pages.
Posted on Dec 01, 2009
click on above link you can get it with manual from above link .
The difference betweeen HARWARD CHARTXL 3.0 IS in 130$ you can use many fetures but in 30$ only some features.
Posted on Nov 20, 2009
Hello and thank you for using Fixya's services.
These two differ in many ways and depending on which would suite you best (for the projects) is the one you should go with.
Here is a descriptive analysis of the two:
The Harvard Chartxl 3.0 seems to have more of an advantage as it offers more advanced techniques, whereas the instant chart seems to be reserved for a more easy, friendly user enviroment.
As for a reseller, you can purchase straight from the website and they will support the software with the purchase:
Please let me know if you have any questions.
Posted on Nov 12, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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