.STG File Extension
ActiveSync Backup File
3.9 | 16 Votes
What is an STG file?
Backup created by ActiveSync, a program used to synchronize PCs with mobile devices; contains a backup of all mobile device files, including contacts, notes, and calendar data; typically seen with the filename backup.stg.
NOTE: Microsoft removed the backup and restore feature beginning with ActiveSync version 4.2. To recover backup files with ActiveSync, use version 4 or an earlier version that is compatible with STG files.
Programs that open STG files
Statistica Graph File
3.0 | 1 Votes
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What is an STG file?
An STG file is a graph file created by TIBCO Statistica, a data analytics suite. It contains a collection of Statistica data that has been organized into one or more graphs. STG files can be opened in Statistica and converted to .BMP, .JPG, .PNG, .PDF. .GIF. .TIF, .EMF, and .WMF files.
TIBCO Statistica is an analytics suite that data analysts use to analyze data and create predictive models. As part of their data analysis, analysts can create graphs that allow them to visualize, connect, and draw conclusions from their data. These graphs are saved as STG files.
Statistica allows users to create and combine a wide variety of graphs, including line graphs, bar graphs, scatterplots, 3D graphs, pie charts, drawings, and maps. STG files may contain any combination of these types of graphs. STG files that contain more than one graph are sometimes referred to as complex compound graphs.
When a user saves a graph (or set of graphs) as an STG file, Statistica saves all the data needed to continue using and editing that graph within the file. That way, users can continue editing the graph even if they don't have access to the original files used to create it. If a Statistica user wants to share a graph with someone who does not have Statistica, they can export the graph as an image or PDF file. Statistica users also often export graphs for use in presentations.
How do I open an STG file?
You can open an STG file (TIBCO Statistica Graph) in TIBCO Statistica (Windows). After you do, the graph(s) your STG file contains will appear in a new Statistica window.