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.OGS File Extension

File Type 1Origin LabTalk Script File

DeveloperOriginLab
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CategoryData Files
FormatText

What is an OGS file?

An OGS file contains LabTalk script used by Origin, a data analysis and graphing application used by various scientists and engineers. It stores commands in plain text that can be executed to perform analysis and graphing of data. OGS files can be used for various purposes, including calculating simple mathematical problems and graphing complex equations.

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Screenshot of a .ogs file in OriginLab Origin 2018

OGS file open in OriginLab Origin 2018

You can create OGS files with any text editor. However, OGS files are most often created using Code Builder, which is a tool included with Origin. You can access Code Builder by clicking the yellow gear icon in the standard toolbar. You can also open OGS files in Code Builder by selecting File → Open....

Another way to open OGS files is through the Script Window. To access the Script Window, select Window → Script Window and then select File(Text) → Open... in the Script Window.

NOTE: User-defined OGS files are typically saved in the "User Files" folder in the Origin program folder.

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Programs that open OGS files
Updated 2/28/2018

File Type 2Origons Movie Data File

DeveloperOrigons
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CategoryData Files
FormatN/A

.OGS File Association 2

Data file used by Origons, an online service that allows users to share movie lists with each other; may contain information about DVDs, DivX video, VHS tapes, and other movies owned by the user; allows movie information to be downloaded and uploaded with the service.

Programs that open OGS files
Updated 3/27/2012

About OGS Files

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