Hi Nicolas, > I think there was interest in Kst on your side. Please find below the > release announcement of the latest version. Thanks, I've updated our entry on KST here: http://www.unidata.ucar.edu/netcdf/software.html#KST --Russ > ----- Mail transfÃrÃ ----- > De: "Nicolas Brisset" <address@hidden> > Ã: "kst" <address@hidden> > EnvoyÃ: Lundi 21 Mai 2012 08:28:46 > Objet: [Kst] Kst 2.0.5 released! > > ************************************************** > Kst 2.0.5 released May 21st 2012 > > The Kst team is happy to announce the immediate availability of Kst 2.0.5, > the latest feature and bugfix release of the outstanding open-source, > cross-platform 2D plotting tool Kst. Kst is focused on performance and ease > of use. Packages for Windows, Linux and Mac OS X are available from > http://sourceforge.net/projects/kst/files/Kst%202.0.5/, as well as the > complete source code and cmake-based build files. Some Linux distributions > also provide packages in their own or add-on repositories, updates should > appear in the next days. > > A more detailed presentation of Kst can be found on the web page at > http://kst-plot.kde.org, including numerous screenshots and all the useful > download links. > > Kst is characterized by the following features: > - Outstanding performance: curves with millions of points are no problem at > all! > - Plotting of live streams > - Out-of-the box support for a variety of formats (currently ASCII, netCDF, > dirfile, Qimage-supported types, fits images) > - User-friendly with a modern and consistent user interface > - A set of unique tools to boost efficiency, including a fantastic data > import wizard , capacity to edit multiple objects at once or the "Change Data > File" tool to compare multiple experiments easily > - An active community > - Easily expandable for new data formats or data analysis algorithms thanks > to a plugin-based architecture > - Available on Windows, Linux and Mac OSX > > The most notable improvements brought by Kst 2.0.5 over the 2.0.4 version > released in September 2011 are: > - Data-fixed annotation objects (e.g. text and arrows which scroll along with > the curves) > - Support for Matlab's .mat file format for strigns, matrices, vectors and > scalars > - Beta version of python scripting (on Linux only for now, depending on NumPy > 1.6 and SciPy and requiring .py and .pyc files installed in the right place). > See documentation at http://hen.astro.utoronto.ca/pyKst/ and don't hesitate > to ask for help on the mailing list as this feature is still in beta stage > - Drag & Drop support: simply drop a .kst file onto Kst and it will open, if > you drop any data file it will open in the data wizard > - Improved printing to vector formats (printer, PDF, SVG) > - Optional antialiasing (may be slow on some systems) > - A number of bugs and crashes fixed in various areas, like shared axis > boxes. See detailed changelog at > http://kst-plot.kde.org/files/Log_messages_2.0.4_to_2.0.5.txt for more > information > > For the upcoming Kst 2.1 series, currently under active development, and > future releases, these are some of the new features we plan on implementing: > - improvements to the Python-based, numPy and sciPy compatible scripting and > availability on other platforms than Linux > - Improvements to the data view dialogs to allow a worksheet-based workflow > as in labplot, qtiplot or Origin > - Better support for reading time and dates from ASCII files > > Bugs or feature requests can be reported as usual using the built-in wizard > (Help->Bug Report Wizard). > > If you are interested in getting involved, just get in touch with us on the > mailing list. We can offer support and all sorts of development tasks from > "junior jobs" to more involved features. Kst is an ideal project for > university or college teachers and students who would want to get involved in > an OSS project, if you are interested contact us! > Cooperation with other similar projects would also be welcome, especially as > some features could benefit everybody (based on a similar model as kipi > plugins for KDE image applications). > > The Kst Team > ************************************************** > _______________________________________________ > Kst mailing list > address@hidden > https://mail.kde.org/mailman/listinfo/kst > > Russ Rew UCAR Unidata Program address@hidden http://www.unidata.ucar.edu Ticket Details =================== Ticket ID: KSI-802804 Department: Support netCDF Priority: Normal Status: Closed
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