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LabPlot

   2.0.0  

KDE Scientific

Score 80%
LabPlot
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LabPlot
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LabPlot
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Link:  Link
Minimum required   KDE 4.x
Downloads:  28181
Submitted:  Jan 5 2004
Updated:  Oct 29 2013

Description:

LabPlot is a KDE application for data plotting and function analysis. It support both 2D and 3D plots and tries to emulate most of the functions supported by programs like Microcal Origin or SPSS Sigmaplot.




Changelog:

* new default project format (XML)
* improved memory management
* versatile errorbar styles
* improved import dialog
* hdf5 data file support
* added project/dataset notes
* different background brush styles
* optional put drawing objects in background
* customize binary byteorder in import/export
* full ORIGIN 7.5 project support
* arrange sheets in tile/cascade
* added Laplace transform
* using R math functions and constants if available
* descriptive statistics/one and two sample tests using R
* improved polar and 3d plot (delaunay triangulation) and data mode




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 Saving Plots

 
 by kbeaumont on: Jan 5 2004
 
Score 50%

From the documentation it looks like there is no way to save the plot except as an ASCII file. It would be alot more helpful to be able to save the graphic in several graphics formats. Color Postscript, PDF or even PNG. I read over the documentation online, it looks promising. But without the ability to save the graphic it's useless to me. I need to be able to publish the results.


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 Re: Saving Plots

 
 by gerlach on: Jan 5 2004
 
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Hi,

I think you missed the "File-Menu" section in chapter 3 of the KDE Handbook.
I give a short summary:
There are 3 ways to save plots as image :

1. File->Export to Image
bmp, jpg, jpg2000, pbm, pgm, png, ppm, tiff, xbm and xpm format supported

2. File->Export via PsToEdit
export to dxf, pdf, fig, etc. via pstoedit

3. File->Export via ImageMagick
export to over 100 different image formats via the ImageMagick library.

So there should be enough possiblities to save an plot as image.

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Stefan Gerlach


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 Re: Saving Plots

 
 by litosteel on: Jan 7 2004
 
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Did you look in their HomePage, there they said it can do graphics, via ImageMagick and other libraries...
Please chek it there , i'm interested too in this program and looks fine...


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 R

 
 by elektroschock on: Jan 5 2004
 
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I prefer R, but it is not integrated in KDE for analysis. It is very flexible. Can this tool also be used as an frontend for r data?

Others use SPSS or similar "easy" tools. But I think there is no such a tool for Linux.


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 Re: R

 
 by gerlach on: Jan 6 2004
 
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I'm not sure how to work with R from LabPlot. There are 2 possible ways :

1. Make a frontend for R (for example a dialog for plots with all parameters) and let R display the data.
2. call functions of R to make analysis with the data of LabPlot.

I think the first method (frontend) isn't practical because i would have to implement every function as a gui element and change all LabPlot internal structures to R types.
The second one may be a good idea. I could translate all settings of a LabPlot plot to functions like plot or hist, etc. of R. Also i could call statistical functions of R to make analysis in LabPlot.

I have only very limited experience with R, so maybe you can give me an example how you would like to combine LabPlot with R.


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 Using as a component

 
 by TimLinux on: Jan 5 2004
 
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Is it possible to use labplot finctionality as a component in another qt based app? I would like to provide a widget on one of my dialogs that includes a graph.

Thanks!


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 Re: Using as a compo

 
 by gerlach on: Jan 6 2004
 
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The standard way to use components of other applications under KDE is KParts / DCOP. There are a lot of components available for text-editor, html-viewer, etc.

At the moment LabPlot doesn't define a KParts component for a plot widget, but i plan to write one. The way of writing a Kparts component seems to be well documented, so i will try to implement it soon and hope it will be available in the next stable release (LabPlot 1.2.3).

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Stefan Gerlach


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 Debian

 
 by sulyok on: Jan 10 2004
 
Score 50%

I failed with compiling LabPLot from source, using Debian Woody with KDE 3.1.4, QT 3.1.2.
The qt-mt library looks suspicious.

Has anybody experience with Debian ?


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 Re: Debian

 
 by wilsonkinscherf on: Feb 1 2004
 
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I also am having trouble compiling (on Mandrake 9.2).


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 Re: Re: Debian

 
 by gerlach on: Feb 2 2004
 
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Hi,

I have fixed a lot of compiling issues in the next release of LabPlot (1.2.3) which will appear at the end of februar.

Please mail me directly or look at the download section of the LabPlot homepage for more informations.

Please mail me your problems so i can tell you whats wrong and fix it in the next release.

Thanks


Stefan Gerlach
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 Re: Re: Mandrake

 
 by abayden on: Feb 6 2004
 
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abaydenabayden
University of Pittsburgh
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I am also using Mandrake 9.2. I installed LabPlot by installing the rpm located at ftp://216.254.0.38/linux/Mandrake-devel/contrib/i586/labplot-1.2.1-1mdk.i586.rpm . It worked really nicely.


Alexander Bayden
abayden@pitt.edu

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 seg fault

 
 by phryno on: Feb 17 2004
 
Score 50%

I compiled LabPlot using gcc 3.3.2, kde 3.2, and qt 3.3. When I run the executable, I get a segmentation fault.


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 Re: seg fault

 
 by phryno on: Feb 17 2004
 
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I don't knoiw if this helps anyone but, running a backtrace in gdb gives:

0x4fb4226d in KCmdLineArgs::parseAllArgs() ()
from /usr/kde/3.2/lib/libkdecore.so.4


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 Re: seg fault

 
 by gerlach on: Feb 17 2004
 
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Hi,

The problem is :
KCmdLineArgs::parseAllArgs() in LabPlot.cc crashes the application.
I have to find out whats going wrong. For the moment i uncommented this line and updated all packages to fix this bug.

Please excuse any inconvenience.


Stefan Gerlach
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 Re: Re: seg fault

 
 by phryno on: Feb 17 2004
 
Score 50%

Thanks. I recompiled, and the app seems to start fine. I look forward to playing around with this one. I've been looking for a good plotting program for linux to replace Sigma Plot.


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 labplot not install

 
 by stelinux on: Apr 16 2004
 
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stelinuxstelinux
universit di camerino

compiled with gcc-3.2.3 e glibc-2.3.2 on slackware-9.1, kde-3.2.1 and qt-3.2.3.
Compiled with no errors but after make install it say:
***no rule to make target `usr/lib/qt-3.2.3/include/qwinehport.h`, needed by 'moc_ListDialog.lo'. Stop

qwinehport.h does not exists in /usr/lib/qt-3.2.3/include, while qwinexport.h exists.


stelinux
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