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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:  52403
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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 SlackWare TGZPackage

 
 by gohanz on: Nov 17 2005
 
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A SlackWare 10.2 TGZ Package in is ready to download!!!

http://www.slacky.it/



http://www.slacky.it/index.php?option=com_remository&Itemid=1&func=fileinfo&filecatid=749&parent=category


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 txt file import...

 
 by hlwoodcock on: Nov 26 2005
 
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I think there is a small problem in 0.7.3 with importing text files...

If I import (from the command line or the interface) a text file with 2 columns they appear in the spreadsheet as only 1 column.

I noticed that this only happens when the columns are separated by spaces. When the columns are separated by tabs qtiplot seems to correctly put them in different columns.

Also, when I tried to build this version. It looks like the file colors.h was left out of the qtiplot-0.7.3/src directory. I am not sure if this was done on purpose and the .pro file was not updated or if the file needs to be in there. I copied a colors.h file from 0.7.2 over into the src directory and everything compiled fine for me.

Thanks again for working on the program... I use it almost daily!!!


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 Re: txt file import.

 
 by vasilief on: Nov 26 2005
 
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Hi,

It seems that you don't read my replies to your messages! In a previous reply I have explained that when you import an ASCII file, you might need to specify the column separator in the "Import ASCII | Set import options..." dialog!

It is impossible to detect the column separator and the default is set to be the TAB. If your file has the SPACE character as column separator, you need to select this one. Sorry, but it's like this!

Regarding the "color.h" file it's not needed anymore, but I forgot to update the .pro file. This is allready fixed in the .zip archive, but not in the .tar.bz2 one.

Regards,
Ion Vasilief


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 Re: Re: txt file imp

 
 by vasilief on: Nov 26 2005
 
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Also updated the .pro file in the .tar.bz2. archive.

Ion


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 Re: Re: txt file imp

 
 by hlwoodcock on: Nov 26 2005
 
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Hi, sorry about not reading all of your posts, maybe I should turn on the email in response to my posts option. I think I will do this from now on.

I saw that you responded to a couple of my questions before, but I guess I missed all of your responses. Again, sorry about that.

Thanks again for your help and your work on this project!


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 GPL

 
 by sefur on: Nov 30 2005
 
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Why that program is under GPL and have to pay for it to download binaries?


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 Re: GPL

 
 by vasilief on: Dec 1 2005
 
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Just because not everything is free in life (QtiPlot is: the sources are free for everybody who knows how to use a compiler) and because work and knowledge must be rewarded!

If you don't know how to compile QtiPlot by yourself, you can still read the install notes and learn how to do it. Or you can pay me the 10 euros I ask for this service!

Ion


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 Re: Re: GPL

 
 by sefur on: Dec 1 2005
 
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You are killing everything that Linux came with - free. What about if I could compile it and gave it those binaries to all for free?


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 Re: Re: Re: GPL

 
 by vasilief on: Dec 1 2005
 
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There are allready people doing this! If you do some google search you will see! So no problem for me, do it if you know how to, but I sincerely doubt it! Otherwise you would not be complaining about the binaries!

In my opinion, you're somehow just another Windows user (even if you don't know it), taking free software, in the sense of open source, for "freeware"!

Ion Vasilief


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: GPL

 
 by sefur on: Dec 1 2005
 
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You wrong, I'm using Linux for 5y, I even dont have windows on my comp, and I know how to compile it, but I'm just saying that all knowledge should be for free, becouse people like M$, people that creates programs for $, not only programs, they just slowing down the progress.

And comparing M$ with Linux is the best example of all.

And in Your case You just allowing using Your program to small group of "chosen ones" (people that have knowledge or just $).
Imagin if everyone could use Y program, they could use more linuks (QtiPlot is the best alternative to LabPlot, and there is no good, simple programs under Linuks for data ploting). For instance I dont have much time to learn gnuplot, its easier for me to use a graphical alternatives.


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Re:

 
 by vasilief on: Dec 1 2005
 
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Well, knowlegde is still free for everybody: the code sources are available and the install instructions are available. If one can read, one could also compile and istall QtiPlot!

For the rest, I'm just a normal guy, who must pay his bills, so money is important for me. If I was a millionaire, I would give the binaries for free to everybody, since programming is for me a passion.

If you or somebody else are willing to pay me a decent salary just to stay at home and develop QtiPlot, then I agree with you, the binaries should be free. But since nobody does it and donations are not so frequent, I need to get some money out of it. So, I provide SERVICE for the binaries. At a very cheap rate: ten euros is less then a haircut in Germany, or equals two beers in a bar in France. So, please, spare me! OK?

Ion Vasilief


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Re:

 
 by drojo on: Dec 1 2005
 
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I have to say that I was more than happy to donate that little amount of money in support someone that actually is helping the community coding first-rate software. If i had no money to donate I would have downloaded the source and compile it myself, so I wouldn't be prived of acces to this resource. All this is in the spirit of the GPL.

Thank you Ion for your efforts, and please don't play too much attention to these kind of criticism that is not constructive besides of being completely off.

Daniel



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 print out

 
 by araozdelamadrid on: Dec 6 2005
 
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The features are great, but it needs a lot of work in the printing part. Lines are too much thick at printing, and in general to have a job printed i needed to export to ps and then print with some other program.


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 type scale option

 
 by mauritroviano on: Dec 28 2005
 
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Hi. I have a problem. I can't select type scale (linear-logarithmic) in top and rigth axes. Is it possible?. I need this option. I use qtiplot-0.7.5
Thanks for you great program!


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 Re: type scale optio

 
 by vasilief on: Jan 3 2006
 
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Hi,

This is not possible for the moment, but I hope I'll have the time to implement this feature for the next release.

Regards,
Ion Vasilief


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 export to eps

 
 by andipet on: Jan 7 2006
 
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Hi,
Is there a bug in the EPS export functionality for QTiPlot 0.7.3?
Whenever I try to convert a graph exported to EPS from QtiPlot to PDF (OS-X 10.4), the result is a blank page. The error logged by the console is:
> **** Error: Cannot find a %%EOF marker anywhere in the file.
> **** Warning: An error occurred while reading an XREF table.
> **** The file has been damaged. This may have been caused
> **** by a problem while converting or transfering the file.
> **** Ghostscript will attempt to recover the data.
> Error: /rangecheck in --getinterval--
> Operand stack:
> (/tmp/gs_53u4Fz) --nostringval-- 65535 (\000...[snip]...
> \000...) 0 (\000...[snip]...
> \000...) 0 -10

From this I would think the EPS file may be corrupted upon creation.
If, instead of *exporting* the figure as EPS, I *print* it as PDF from QtiPlot, it comes out ok.

Thanks a lot in advance!

-Andi


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 Re: export to eps

 
 by vasilief on: Jan 7 2006
 
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Hi,

In fact when you export a plot to EPS the file is empty, unless you check the box enabling to open the export options dialog. This is a bug and I will fix it in the next release. Meanwhile you can export your plots to EPS, by checking that option.

Regards,
Ion


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 Re: Re: export to eps

 
 by andipet on: Jan 7 2006
 
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Hi Ion,

Thanks for the reply. However, I have trouble finding that export option check box. It is not in the figure export dialog box.

Cheers,
-Andi


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 Re: Re: Re: export t

 
 by vasilief on: Jan 7 2006
 
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Hi,

In my first message I forgot to specify that this feature is only available in release 0.7.5. I think that you need to updgrade to this last version first.

Ion


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