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Veusz

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KDE Scientific

Score 82%
Veusz
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Homepage:  Link
Wiki:  Link
Minimum required   Qt 4.x
Downloads:  6361
Submitted:  Mar 22 2005
Updated:  Oct 19 2014

Description:

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.




Changelog:

* Add option to ignore white space following delimiters when importing CSVs
* Allow x/yedge and x/ycent to be inverted to change data order when import 2D data
* Rewrite of widget tree internals to fix miscellaneous bugs
* Optionally use astropy for SAMP
* Add setting to extend the python import path
* Add option to select widgets with same name on page
* Resize rectangular shapes keeping other corners fixed. Old symmetric resize behaviour is retained if shift is pressed.

Bug fixes
* Fix faulty caching of datasets expressions
* Do not auto mirror axes if shared axis placed in grid and ignore other hidden axes for mirroring purposes
* gridatedge 2D import option inverts values in rows
* y values for 2D datasets in data edit dialog are inverted
* Fix crash when constructing 2D dataset with constants
* Fix crash when interpreting date values with unicode
* Fix for crash when moving ellipses on broken axes
* Fix crash when editing datetime data
* Fix crash when renaming 2D datasets in dataset editor
* If 2d dataset does not exist, don't crash when using colorbar
* Ignore HDF5 data types which are not supported by h5py
* Catch recursion limit errors properly
* In sort and text sort plugins, clip length to minimum
* Do not plot functions with more than 1D in function plotter
* Catch error for shapes widgets with no coordinates
* Handle zero length datasets in subtract minimum or mean
* Clip range of zoom between 0.05 and 20x
* Catch errors in CSV date format
* Do not allow 2D datasets to be used for labels in label widget
* Handle unicode data correctly in clipboard data
* Fix data import dialog for fits files in unicode paths




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 Before you run it

 
 by jeremysanders on: Mar 22 2005
 
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Please be aware this program requires PyQt and numarray (Python). There isn't a fancy installer yet either (there will be one in the future).


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 excellent

 
 by LMCBoy on: Mar 23 2005
 
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This looks very nice. Is there a way to skip a column when constructing the Descriptor string? e.g., I have a data file in which the first column is an ID string, and can't be parsed as a float...


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 Re: excellent

 
 by jeremysanders on: Mar 26 2005
 
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Useful idea. I've just put some code into CVS to fix this problem. Now Veusz reports the number of errors reading a variable, rather than throwing an exception. This means you can use a dummy variable to ignore a string column. In the future I plan to support reading strings (for bar graphs), but it's further down my priority list.

The fix will be in the next release, but feel free to download via CVS (it's fairly easy). See https://gna.org/cvs/?group=veusz

I've had to change the scripting interface to the ImportFile and ImportString commands to return the error count in addition to the variables read.


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 Wonderful app

 
 by blaster999 on: May 21 2005
 
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It's a great app! I was looking for something like it for a long time. Thanks!


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

 
 by vincentb on: Jul 13 2005
 
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do you plan to release a debian package?


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 Re: deb

 
 by jeremysanders on: Jul 23 2005
 
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I don't have access to a Debian system, so not currently. I'd be happy to work with someone who knows Debian to get it working.


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 Re: Re: deb

 
 by maxer on: Oct 27 2005
 
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Debian packages (for stable testing and unstable):
http://repos.knio.it

;)
Have a Nice Day ;)


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 Re: Re: deb

 
 by maxer on: Oct 27 2005
 
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Debian packages (for stable testing and unstable):
http://repos.knio.it

;)
Have a Nice Day ;)


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 Re: Re: Re: deb

 
 by CDJudd on: Apr 1 2010
 
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I tried to access this site and got the following message:
Unable to determine IP address from host name for repos.knio.it
Name Error: The domain name does not exist.


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: deb

 
 by jeremysanders on: Apr 1 2010
 
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Unfortunately that repo looks dead.

There's a Debian bug here about the packaging: http://bugs.debian.org/cgi-bin/bugreport.cgi?bug=447524

It's annoying as we already have the program packaged but there's no debian sponsor.

There are recent Ubuntu packages here:
https://launchpad.net/~brywilharris/+archive/ppa


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 Very good job

 
 by gimbo on: Jul 26 2005
 
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I saw your post in the SciPy mailing list. As you may know there's no 'main' plotting package for Python, there's still a bunch of different packages all with their pros and cons. But now momentum goes to matplotlib also because of his matlab-style commands


I suggest you to focus on the command-line interface, the GUI is good but useless for most programmers (please don't take it badly ;) ). I'm a qt fan and this is my favourite in the next "Python-SciPy plotting wars".


Go on with you work. Congratulations!


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 Kst vs Veusz

 
 by jezz on: Jun 19 2006
 
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Seems a great apps. But, there already exist a similar application : Kst. Why have you prefered to make a new application instead of improve Kst?


Jérôme Pouiller (Jezz) jerome.pouiller@no-log.org
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 Re: Kst vs Veusz

 
 by jeremysanders on: Jun 19 2006
 
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At the time when I started Veusz kst seemed more to be more of a realtime plotting application. I haven't looked at kst recently.

The focus on Veusz is to make nice plots to put in publications with a lot of flexibility on how they look.

Also writing in Python is so much more enjoyable than waiting for C++ to compile, as I know from experience.


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