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KDE Scientific

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Minimum required   Qt 4.x
Downloads:  6285
Submitted:  Mar 22 2005
Updated:  May 5 2014


Veusz is a scientific plotting package, designed to create publication-ready Postscript, PDF or SVG output. It can create line graphs, XY plots, histograms, shapes, images, ternary plots, polar plots, box plots, vector field plots and contour plots. It features GUI, command-line, and scripting interfaces. Graphs are constructed from components, allowing complex layouts to be designed.


Changes in 1.21:
* Add HDF5 saved document format
* Add filled curve error bar style
* Add fill left/right options for point plotter
* Add filetype filters to import dialog file browser dialog
* In file completer in import dialog, use selected tab as filter
* Move code to use PyQt new style signals
* Add a master color setting for xy point and nonorthpoint plot
* Line labelling algorithm much improved in contour plots, which rotates text to match line angle and avoids label overlaps
* More accurate axis tick label bounding boxes, allowing rotated labels to be placed close together
* Add reflection and rotation options to vector field widget
* Switch to scientific notation earlier when showing float settings

Bug fixes:
* Direction combo did not work in import dialog
* Saving text datasets did not work in Python3
* Fix partial dataset evaluation issue when loading documents
* 2D non-regular pixel spaced images give error if clipped in y
* Handle Unicode quoted characters in simple text data files
* xcent/ycent in Dataset2D import plugins were ignored
* promote_tab broken for import plugins
* Full screen view when all pages are deleted
* Crash with empty dataset and boxplot widget
* Fix copy and paste of datasets
* Python 3 resizing axis bug
* Crash if picking/zooming on document with no pages
* Crash if reediting histogram dataset with blank output entry
* Use end of text formatting string beyond format specifier
* When writing SVG text as text, use xml:space="preserve" to avoid missing whitespace
* Embedding socket issue on Python 3.4+

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 by sebaestn on: Jul 14 2008
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I really like your app. The usability for me is much better than with other commercial competitors. Thank you!

However, I do have some trouble, when I try to plot data with >100000 data points (no you cannot compress that). Then the performanc is quite slow. I think this is due to the usage of python as a interpreter language, right? Or can I improve something else on my machine?

Thanks again!

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 Re: performance

 by jeremysanders on: Nov 6 2008
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You can turn off antialiasing by right clicking on the plot and deselecting it. This helps speed up things a lot!

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 Re: performance

 by jeremysanders on: Aug 30 2010
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Veusz 1.8+ is much faster for plotting large datasets as the inner plotting loops have been rewritten in C++.

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 Where to submit patches

 by myric on: Mar 23 2009
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I have a couple of patches too submit. Where should I send them?

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 Re: Where to submit patches

 by jeremysanders on: Mar 24 2009
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Just send them to the mailing list veusz-discuss, https://mail.gna.org/listinfo/veusz-discuss

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 what about Gibbs diagram?

 by enkidu on: Jun 4 2009
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Gibbs triangle would be very nice ;) I need it cause I am studying chemistry

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 A must have scientific app!

 by ViRgiLiO on: Aug 22 2011
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This app is great. The quality results are gorgeous and ready for professional journal. I've tried other programs and Veus is better.

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