Archive for October, 2013

First beta release of LabPlot 2 lands

A couple of weeks ago, I wrote about the progress the LabPlot team was making with Lablot 2. Since then, they’ve been busy fixing bugs and polishing off some of the features, resulting in a first beta release of what will become LabPlot 2.0. You can read the full announcement on the LabPlot mailing list. […]

LabPlot 2 and the state of free data analysis

Some years back, I wrote about a collaboration between KDE’s LabPlot and the Qt-based SciDAVis projects. Together, they were working on the next generation of free plotting software and were engaging in a backend overhaul before presenting results in a new user interface. A few weeks back, Alexander Semke, one of the lead developers of […]