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QtiPlot

   0.9.8.9  

KDE Scientific

Score 65%
QtiPlot
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QtiPlot
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QtiPlot
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Link:  Link
Depends on  Qt 4.x
Downloads:  52370
Submitted:  Jul 30 2004
Updated:  Nov 7 2011

Description:

Data analysis and scientific plotting.




Changelog:

2011/11/02 - QtiPlot 0.9.8.9 released:

Improvements:
*Improved support for the Dock menu on Mac OS X.
*Improved restoring of statistic tables.
*Improved handling of error messages in Savitzky-Golay smoothing filter.
*Improved plotting of 2D plot layers with shared axes.
*Improved error bar handling when plotting a table column selection.
*Implemented feature request #5451: "Do not expand tree in Project Explorer".
*Implemented feature request #5458: "Fit wizard remove only fits from session".
*Updated translations: Italian (thanks to Renato Rivoira), German (thanks to Daniel Schury) and Romanian.
*Updated Italian manual thanks to Renato Rivoira.
Bug fixes:
*Fixed crash when opening old projects containing spectrograms.
*Fixed duplication of 2D plots with respect to the synchronization of scales.
*Fixed speed issues in matrices and removed size limitations in matrix size dialog.
*Fixed export of minus sign to LaTeX.
*Fixed possible crash when resetting the default options via the preferences dialog.




LicenseGPL
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Debian(qtiplot_0.9.7.9_i386.deb)
MS Windows(qtiplot-0.9.7.9.exe)
Mac OS X(qtiplot-0.9.7.9.pkg.zip)
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 is possible use qt4?

 
 by mauritroviano on: Jun 24 2006
 
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Hi!
I'd like to compile qtiplot on win98. I have devcpp-4.9.9.2 with mingw. I know that qtiplot use qt3, but I have qt-win-free-mingw-3.3.4-3 and this bin package not run fine on win98 (I don't know why) I have qt-win-opensource-4.1.3-mingw too. Then, Is possible use qt4?

Thanks Mauricio


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 Re: is possible use

 
 by vasilief on: Jun 25 2006
 
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Hi,

You could try to build qt-free-win from sources on your win98 system. It will certainly take some time but it should work.

Otherwise you could try the snapshot of the QtiPlot port to Qt4. It's located in the trunk of the SVN repository at the following link:

https://developer.berlios.de/projects/qtiplot/

The port to Qt4 is not ready yet, the 2D plotting is broken and the it's not stable at all. It's planned to be ready for the 0.9 release of QtiPlot, so in about 2 months.

If you need binary packages for Windows I can provide you a working binary in exchange for a 10 euros donation.

With best regards,
Ion


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 Can't find liborigin

 
 by ViRgiLiO on: Jul 31 2006
 
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Seems that new version can't find liborigin headers:
g++ -c -pipe -Wall -W -O2 -D_REENTRANT -DQT_PLUGIN -DQT_NO_DEBUG -DQT_THREAD_SUPPORT -DQT_SHARED -DQT_TABLET_SUPPORT -I/usr/share/qt3/mkspecs/default -I. -I../3rdparty/qwt/include -I../3rdparty/liborigin -I-I -I/usr/include/qwtplot3d -I/usr/include/qt3 -I/usr/X11R6/include -I/usr/X11R6/include -I../tmp/qtiplot/ -o ../tmp/qtiplot/importOPJ.o src/importOPJ.cpp
src/importOPJ.cpp:2:21: error: OPJFile.h: No existe el fichero ó directorio
src/importOPJ.cpp: In constructor ‘ImportOPJ::ImportOPJ(ApplicationWindow*, const QString&)’:
src/importOPJ.cpp:9: error: la variable ‘OPJFile opj’ tiene inicializador pero de tipo de dato incompleto
src/importOPJ.cpp: In member function ‘bool ImportOPJ::importTables(OPJFile)’:
src/importOPJ.cpp:14: error: ‘opj’ tiene un tipo de dato incompleto
src/importOPJ.h:6: error: forward declaration of ‘struct OPJFile’
make[1]: *** [../tmp/qtiplot/importOPJ.o] Error 1
make[1]: se sale del directorio `/home/virgilio/temp/qtiplot_0.8.6/qtiplot'
make: *** [sub-qtiplot] Error 2


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 Missing...

 
 by ViRgiLiO on: Jul 31 2006
 
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Liborigin is not in 3rdparty folder. You should repack a new version fixing this.


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 Re: Can't find libor

 
 by ViRgiLiO on: Jul 31 2006
 
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I'm sorry. I need to read before posting anything.


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 x86_84 build

 
 by saqer on: Jul 31 2006
 
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Hi
Thank you for this wonderful piece of software. I have just been able to build a 64 bit rpm for my FC5. I also build a liborigin rpm package as well. Please let me know if you like to add them to your library of binaries. I would love to donate them.


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 Re: x86_84 build

 
 by saqer on: Aug 1 2006
 
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maybe, you overlooked this post. Please let me know if you are interested.


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 Re: Re: x86_84 build

 
 by thzs on: Aug 1 2006
 
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I did not overlook the post. But I'm not in charge of the binaries and Ion, who is, probably did not read it, yet.
Please send your package to ion_vasilief (at) yahoo.fr. I am sure he will be very thankful for it.


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 more symbols

 
 by saqer on: Aug 1 2006
 
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This application lacks some important symbols like the star and the horizontal line. the star is just a combination of the cross and diagonal cross. The line is even simpler.

If it is not of your priority to work on them, can you please direct me to which files I shall look in odrer to add them?


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 Re: more symbols

 
 by thzs on: Aug 1 2006
 
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This should not be hard to implement. However, the selection of symbols at the moment is those given by the Qwt library. See the description of the QwtSymbol class here: http://qwt.sourceforge.net/class_qwt_symbol.html.
If you can, I suggest you send a patch for qwt_symbol.cpp and qwt_symbol.h containing all symbols you need to the developers of Qwt. Alternatively, you could post a feature requeste here: https://developer.berlios.de/feature/?group_id=6626.
Then we'll not forget your request and take care of it as soon as possible.

Best regards,
thzs, QtiPlot developer


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 Re: Re: more symbols

 
 by saqer on: Aug 1 2006
 
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OK, I have just added three symbols: Horizontal and vertical lines and star. They worked fine as of now. So I created a patch and now compiling. So I created a patch and created an rpm package for x86_64, Let me know if you are interested.


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 Re: Re: Re: more sym

 
 by thzs on: Aug 1 2006
 
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Please send the patch to me directly or submit it here: https://developer.berlios.de/patch/?group_id=6626
I will apply it to QtiPlot in SVN then and also try to get the changes into Qwt.

Thanks!


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: more sym

 
 by saqer on: Aug 1 2006
 
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The patches are created for the qtiplot tree. Does qtiplot preserve the structure of qwt? I will look at it and get back to you.


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: more sym

 
 by saqer on: Aug 1 2006
 
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sorry, my bad. It is a qtiplot patch link not qwt.


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 Re: Re: Re: more sym

 
 by vasilief on: Aug 1 2006
 
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Hi,

Sorry for not answering sooner, but I was kind of busy.

Concerning the symbols you want, the best would be to send a patch for the Qwt library itself to Uwe Rathman, its developer.

Regarding the binary packages, it would be great if you could send them to me at the following e-mail adress:

ion_vasilief@yahoo.fr

Best regards,
Ion


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: more

 
 by thzs on: Aug 1 2006
 
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I will take care of the patch. I'll add some more symbols and then generate a patch to send to the Qwt developers.


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 Re: more symbols

 
 by thzs on: Aug 1 2006
 
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This should not be hard to implement. However, the selection of symbols at the moment is those given by the Qwt library. See the description of the QwtSymbol class here: http://qwt.sourceforge.net/class_qwt_symbol.html.
If you can, I suggest you send a patch for qwt_symbol.cpp and qwt_symbol.h containing all symbols you need to the developers of Qwt. Alternatively, you could post a feature requeste here: https://developer.berlios.de/feature/?group_id=6626.
Then we'll not forget your request and take care of it as soon as possible.

Best regards,
thzs, QtiPlot developer


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 Re: more symbols

 
 by thzs on: Aug 1 2006
 
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This should not be hard to implement. However, the selection of symbols at the moment is those given by the Qwt library. See the description of the QwtSymbol class here: http://qwt.sourceforge.net/class_qwt_symbol.html.
If you can, I suggest you send a patch for qwt_symbol.cpp and qwt_symbol.h containing all symbols you need to the developers of Qwt. Alternatively, you could post a feature requeste here: https://developer.berlios.de/feature/?group_id=6626.
Then we'll not forget your request and take care of it as soon as possible.

Best regards,
thzs, QtiPlot developer


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 Re: Re: more symbols

 
 by thzs on: Aug 1 2006
 
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Oops, sorry for tripple posting. I shouldn't have hit the back button I guess.


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 compilation problems

 
 by dinulek on: Sep 5 2006
 
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Hi!
I tried to compile the newest version of qtiplot. I received the following error message:
src/PythonScripting.cpp:22:23: error: sipAPIqti.h: No such a file or directory
src/Scripting.h:104: warning: unused parameter ‘for_eval’
src/PythonScripting.cpp: In member function ‘bool PythonScripting::setQObject(QObject*, const char*, PyObject*)’:
src/PythonScripting.cpp:251: error: ‘sipTypeDef’ was not declared in this scope
src/PythonScripting.cpp:251: error: ‘t’ was not declared in this scope
src/PythonScripting.cpp:258: error: ‘sipModuleAPI_qti’ was not declared in this scope
src/PythonScripting.cpp:269: error: ‘sipBuildResult’ was not declared in this scope
src/PythonScripting.cpp:278: error: ‘sipModuleAPI_qti_qt’ was not declared in this scope
src/PythonScripting.cpp:286: error: ‘sipBuildResult’ was not declared in this scope
I'd be very gratefulif if you could give me some hints. My system is FC5.
Best regards,
Bogdan


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 Re: compilation prob

 
 by vasilief on: Sep 5 2006
 
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Hi,

If you want Python support for scripts, you need Python 2.4, SIP 4.4.5 and PyQt 3.16 installed on your system. From the error message it looks like you don't have SIP installed.

If you don't want to use scripting, just comment out the following line in the qtiplot.pro file:

unix:SCRIPTING_LANGS += Python

to

#unix:SCRIPTING_LANGS += Python

Also reading the README.html file in the source archive might help from time to time...

Regards,
Ion


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 Re: Re: compilation

 
 by saqer on: Sep 5 2006
 
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Is 0.8.7 strictly depending on PyQt 3.16? I have pyQt-3.15 and I get same compiling errors!


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 Re: Re: Re: compilat

 
 by vasilief on: Sep 5 2006
 
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Yes, please try PyQt 3.16!
Regards,
Ion Vasilief


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: comp

 
 by mossbauer on: Sep 8 2006
 
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I am using SIP 4.4.5, pyQt 3.16 and Python 2.4, as recommended in README.html. I installed the packages from the repository of my distribution (Debian, testing branch) and the corresponding dev packages too. I get the same error message as them. There is no file named "sipAPIqti.h" in the qtiplot sources and I can't find it in the list of installed archives of the packages. I suspect that this header file must be generated by sip, but it wasn't. Any idea? Thank you.


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Re:

 
 by vasilief on: Sep 8 2006
 
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Hello,

You are right, those files are generated by SIP, so you must modify the "qtiplot-0.8.7-2/qtiplot/qtiplot.pro" file in the archive and set the SIP path to point to the correct location of SIP 4.4.5 on your computer. You must do it in the following line:

unix:system(sip -I /usr/share/sip -t Qt_3_3_0 -t WS_X11 -c $${MOC_DIR} src/qti.sip)

Hope this helps,
Ion


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Re:

 
 by saqer on: Sep 11 2006
 
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can you please be more specific on what you mean by settibg the path to the correct SIP? thanx



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 Compilation & SIP

 
 by vasilief on: Sep 11 2006
 
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I quote from the INSTALL notes on QtiPlot website (same in README.HTML file in the source archive):

"If you want Python scripting support, you will also need to download and install Python 2.4, SIP 4.4.5 and PyQt 3.16. All three of them are included in many Linux distributions. Other versions as those indicated above may or may not work. Specifically, there are known issues with a number of SIP versions and a given version of PyQt will only work with a limited range of SIP versions.

Warning: You might need to edit the "qtiplot-x.x.x/qtiplot/qtiplot.pro" file in the archive and set the path to the SIP executable to point to the correct location of SIP 4.4.5 on your computer, by changing the following line:

unix:system(sip -I /usr/share/sip -t Qt_3_3_0 -t WS_X11 -c $${MOC_DIR} src/qti.sip)"

I don't think that one can be more specific than that!

Hope this helps,
Ion Vasilief


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 Re: Compilation & SI

 
 by saqer on: Sep 11 2006
 
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I installed the desired versions of sip and PyQT. And I changed the line which you refered to in your replies from
unix:system(sip -I /usr/share/sip -t Qt_3_3_0 -t WS_X11 -c $${MOC_DIR} src/qti.sip)

to

unix:system(/usr/bin/sip -I /usr/share/sip -t Qt_3_3_0 -t WS_X11 -c $${MOC_DIR} src/qti.sip)

and the error persists. There are more than one location in the line above. SIP executable, the /usr/share/sip. That is why I asked you to be more specific becase the change I made above did not fix it.

And since I have qt-3.3.6, could the problem originate from QT_3_3_0?

Thank you for the help in advance.


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 Re: Re: Compilation

 
 by vasilief on: Sep 12 2006
 
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You should check where is your SIP 4.4.5 executable installed. This should be in the first path of the command line, before the -I. What answer do you get when typing sip -V?

Also you should try to make a clean build using:

make clean
qmake
make

HTH,
Ion


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 Re: Re: Re: Compilat

 
 by saqer on: Sep 13 2006
 
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OK I got it solved. The sip and/and PyQt version I grabbed from Fedora development tree was/were to blame. I tried to execute the line in qtiplot/qtiplot.pro manually and got a float exception. Then I grabbed the packages from kde-redhat repository and the qtiplot compiled fine and ran, althogh I did not have time to test it thoroughly.


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Comp

 
 by robbeh on: Sep 16 2006
 
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Still got the same problem, installed sip 4.4.5, the executable is in /usr/local/bin. Threre is no sipAPIqti.h file on my harddisk, where to get it?


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