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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
Depends on  KDE 4.x
Downloads:  28068
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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 It fails to start.

 
 by Linuquim on: Dec 21 2004
 
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Hi.
The compilation with source tarball was perfect (LabPlot 1.4.0) but... the program... fails to start.
I have a Slack 10 complete, gsl, etc...
Any ideas?


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 Re: It fails to star

 
 by gerlach on: Dec 22 2004
 
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Hi,

is there any error message when you start it from a terminal?

Maybe you need to do "ldconfig" after installing LabPlot from source.


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 Re: Re: It fails to star

 
 by Linuquim on: Dec 22 2004
 
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Hi.
No, without errors in source compilation (the problem is with 1.4 version, 1.3 works!), I had a "perfect" compilation, an icon was created in a education math submenu (in both cases - binary and source) but the program continues mute. I tried the ldconfig, but... nothing... It was putted in /opt/kde/bin/labplot and in command line appears "Segmentation fault"...
Any idea?
Thanks for answer.
May I wait for good news?


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 Re: It fails to start.

 
 by Syncro on: Dec 23 2004
 
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compilled (using renamed v 1.3 ebuild) and running without any problems on Gentoo. I think, using packages is the the best way to install software for the binary distro. Anyway, pay attention to ./configure output.


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  Thank you !!

 
 by Syncro on: Dec 23 2004
 
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looks like the thing I need, thank you


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 Fails.

 
 by Linuquim on: Jan 6 2005
 
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In Slackware 10 not works.
Some ideas?

Thanks.


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 Re: Fails.

 
 by mengle on: Jan 14 2005
 
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Details?


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 Re: Re: Fails.

 
 by Linuquim on: Jan 16 2005
 
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Hi.
The installation of source code (.tar.gz) and also to pre-compiled binary (.tgz) was complete, without any error, the curious is that the program don't start. An icon was created in (education-math menu), the binary was installed in /opt/kde/bin/labplot, but it fails to run. The 1.3 version was installed and worked fine (both source code and pre-compiled binary). I have a Slackware 10 complete, with all libraries, etc.
Thanks for answer.
Ideas?


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 Re: Fails.

 
 by Kosolapy on: Jan 22 2005
 
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The same situation. Slackware 10.1 and "segmentation fault" of version 1.4.0.
I've attempted to install additional tools and librarioes, such as :
pstoedit-3.33
cdf 2.7
unixODBC-2.2.10
jasper-1.701
netcdf.
And then compile from source.
No effect.
The last lines of "strace LabPlot" is:
[cut]---------------

access("/usr/lib/qt/plugins", F_OK) = 0
--- SIGSEGV (Segmentation fault) @ 0 (0) ---
+++ killed by SIGSEGV +++

[cut]---------------
So I install qsa-x11-free-1.1.1.
... again compile. Howerver there were segfault again.
And now I am using version 1.3.1.


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 Re: Re: Fails.

 
 by gerlach on: Jan 27 2005
 
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Hi,

It works if you rename the directory /usr/lib/qt/plugins :
"mv /usr/lib/qt/plugins /usr/lib/qt/plugins.save".

I have no idea why but this somehow fixes the problem.

Is there anyone that knows what may cause this problem?


Stefan
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 Re: Re: Re: Fails.

 
 by Linuquim on: Jan 30 2005
 
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THANKS...
NOW IT'S RUNNING...
Nice job.
Good luck.
Bye.


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 IT WORKS.

 
 by Linuquim on: Jan 30 2005
 
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THANKS...
NOW IT'S RUNNING...
It's working in Slackware 10.
Nice job.
Good luck.
Bye.


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 Seg fault as user

 
 by gfox on: Mar 24 2005
 
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I just installed LabPlot-1.4.0-1.FC-3.i386.rpm on a Fedora Core 3 machine.

If I start it as root, it runs fine; if I start it as a user, it seg faults with no other error information provided. Presumably this is a permissions, environment variable, or path issue, but I have no idea what to look for.

Any suggestions?


Gordon
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 Re: Seg fault as use

 
 by gerlach on: Mar 30 2005
 
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Hi,

Please try the latest RPM @
http://prdownloads.sourceforge.net/labplot/LabPlot-1.4.1-1.FC-3.i386.rpm?download

If the problem still occurs please enable the debug messages with kdebugdialog ("Select all") and start LabPlot from a Terminal.
Please send me the output to see whats happening.


Stefan
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 Re: Re: Seg fault as

 
 by gfox on: Mar 30 2005
 
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No, it still acts the same. I'm not sure what your instructions mean -- specifically,

"please enable the debug messages with kdebugdialog ("Select all")"

What is kdedebugdialog? I don't have any files on my machine by that name.

Gordon


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 Re: Re: Seg fault as

 
 by gerlach on: Mar 30 2005
 
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/usr/bin/kdebugdialog is in the package
kdebase-3.3.1 (kdebase-3.3.1-4.3.FC3.i386.rpm i think)
and should be installed for KDE.

Just enter "/usr/bin/kdebugdialog" in a terminal and see if its there.


Stefan
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 Re: Re: Re: Seg faul

 
 by gfox on: Apr 4 2005
 
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OK, I see it, but when I type in kdebugdialog or /usr/bin/kdebugdialog, nothing happens -- obviously there's more to this. How do I actually use this program to get you the info you need?


Thanks.

Gordon

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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Seg

 
 by gfox on: Apr 4 2005
 
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Oh, hang on - I see from running it with --help that this is a graphical program, and I'm not at a machine with an X server. I'll try it from my lab machine when I'm in tomorrow, and get back to you if I still don't see what to do.


Cheers,
Gordon

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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Re:

 
 by gfox on: Apr 4 2005
 
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OK, I can run kdebugdialog. I've hit "select all" and run LabPlot from a terminal. There's no change in the outcome, and kdebugdialog hasn't written a file.


Cheers,
Gordon

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 QtiPlot?!

 
 by mirya on: Mar 30 2005
 
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This project should be merged w/ QtiPlot (though the last one is pure-qt).


Best regards, Mirya
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