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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
Minimum required   Qt 4.x
Downloads:  52398
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
Source(qtiplot-0.9.8.9.zip)
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)
Ubuntu(qtiplot_0.9.7.9_i386.deb)
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 octave

 
 by polrus on: Feb 21 2005
 
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anybody tried this app with octave? instead of gnuplot?


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 Re: octave

 
 by vasilief on: Feb 21 2005
 
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What do you mean by this?

Ion Vasilief


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 Re: Re: octave

 
 by polrus on: Feb 21 2005
 
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well there's a powerfull matlab-like aplication called octave and as u can expect there are a lot of plots to be made - it uses gnuplot program as default but from what i see from your screenshots qtiplot would be much better- i know that it's possible to set another ploting program on octave but have neve tried it.


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 Re: Re: Re: octave

 
 by vasilief on: Feb 21 2005
 
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Hi,

Unfortunately, I don't think that this could work for the moment, because inerconnectivity with other programms has not been devellopped yet in QtiPlot. It's on my "to do" list!

Ion


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: octave

 
 by polrus on: Feb 24 2005
 
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sry for duplication of my answere but it my ansewere wasn't displayed in my browser :) maybe proxy thing.

maybe u could take a look on gnuplot and see how it managed data input from octave ? its gpl so u can use it :)


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Re:

 
 by vasilief on: Feb 25 2005
 
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Hi,

I'll surely do this, but there are a lot of other things I'd like to implement before (see the "wish to" list on the QtiPlot home page) and I don't even have a personal computer for the moment, so it might take some time ...

Best regards,
Ion


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 Re: Re: octave

 
 by polrus on: Feb 24 2005
 
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theres an matlab-like application called Octave for mathematical calculation. it uses Gnuplot for both 2d and 3d plotting but from what i see from ur screenshots qtiplot would be much niced. i know there's a posibility in octave to select a drawing program but I have never tried it- so that's why i was asking


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 Show me the money

 
 by nigels on: Feb 27 2005
 
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The author has limited RPM downloads to those who donate money to the project.

I can understand their perspective, but I find it irritating. I would be more likely to donate to QtiPlot if I could have a trouble-free RPM install experience.


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 Re: Show me the mone

 
 by vasilief on: Feb 27 2005
 
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I'd like to remind you that QtiPlot is under GPL licence, so you can freely build the application from sources, you can build your own RPM package, you can even sell it if you want (but in that case you should buy a Qt commercial licence).

So if you don't want to make a donation, you're not obliged, you can still use the application, all you need is to spend some time to read the install instructions (which are very clear) and maybe do some internet searching ...

Concerning the title of your message ("show me the money"), I can tell you that all the money I've got from donations is about 350 euros, so for the moment I cann't even dream about buying a computer (I don't have one, I'm unemplyed and I'm living with a friend who allows me to use his computer when he's not at home). So don't "worry" and don't get "irritated", I don't think I'll ever make a fortune from donations!

And, sincerely, I doubt that you would donate something for QtiPlot, even if you had the binary packages available!


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 Show me the money

 
 by nigels on: Feb 28 2005
 
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I don't anyone would want to undermine your donation system by offering independent RPMs. That's what I think is irritating, not so much the fact that we all need to pay our bills.


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 Re: Show me the mone

 
 by vasilief on: Feb 28 2005
 
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As I said, people are free to build their own binary QtiPlot packages and to make them available online, and if you do some google search you'll surely find something for different Linux distros, not necessarely .RPMs.

And I don't understand why you find irritating my donations for binaries system: the webhosting is rather expensive
and the bandwidth for QtiPlot homepage is limitated so I cann't afford to have too much traffic. And, by the way, this system could help me to buy a computer and to continue the project...


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 money...

 
 by flatpooks on: Mar 2 2005
 
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are u telling me that you have written something like this and dont have your own computer??!!??

where do you live?
how much do you need?


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 Re: money...

 
 by vasilief on: Mar 2 2005
 
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Exactly! I've never had a personal computer! I started working on QtiPlot last year, when I was working at the university in Lyon, developping the application after work or during week-ends (driving my girlfriend nuts!).

Now, as I'm unemployed, I can't afford to pay an appartement, so I live some time to a friend, some time to another, and I use their computers to read my e-mails. And latelly I was "tolerated" in the lab where I made my Ph.D., as I was working on some papers, so I could do some coding too.

For a decent computer, I think I'll need at least the double of what I've got up to now from donations (about 375 euros). It might take some time, but I'm optimistic!

Ion


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 bars

 
 by drojo on: Mar 3 2005
 
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Hi Ion. Is there a way to do a bar plot using texture fill and colors for the bars? So far the bars I am getting are like lines that can be made wider and change the color but I would like to be able to do bars that are like boxes, with a border and a fill texture. I am using verion 0.5.3.

Thank you.

Daniel


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 Re: bars

 
 by drojo on: Mar 3 2005
 
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BTW very interesting program. We need a good charting application for linux like Qtiplot. I hope you can find a job soon.

Daniel


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 Re: bars

 
 by vasilief on: Mar 3 2005
 
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Hi,

For the moment it's not possible to do this. I intend to implement this feature in the next release, along with histogramms support, but it might take some time...

Thanks for your remarks! I think that you should update to 0.5.6 version, there are less bugs :)

Ion


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 Ebuild

 
 by blaster999 on: Mar 20 2005
 
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Gentoo ebuild anyone? If there is no ebuild for the next few days I'm gonna make one myself :)


It is not the size of the hammer that counts. It's how you wield it.
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 Nice work

 
 by smzhai22 on: Mar 22 2005
 
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Are there anything else we can help besides donation?


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 Re: Nice work

 
 by vasilief on: Mar 22 2005
 
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Hi,

Thanks for your interest in QtiPlot.
Of course you can help. You can: send me your contributions if you're interested in coding, write a tutorial if you have the time or some help files, talk about QtiPlot, convince people to try it, etc.

With best regards,
Ion Vasilief


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