LabPlot2 for kde-edu?

Aleix Pol aleixpol at
Tue Dec 31 00:17:49 UTC 2013

On Sat, Dec 28, 2013 at 10:38 AM, Alexander Semke <Alexander.Semke at>wrote:

> Hi all,
> I'm one of the developers of labplot. LabPlot2 is close to its first stable
> release. The official homepage [1] is a bit outdated and will get updated
> in
> the next couple of days. You can have a look at some screenshots here [2]
> and
> here [3] if you want to know what LabPlot2 is and how it looks like.
> I'm thinking about becoming an official part of kde-edu. What are the
> conditions for this?
> I saw a couple of nice features in kmplot that are not available in LabPlot
> yet. I'm also thinking about Cantor and how to combine such an interface
> for
> different CASs with LabPlot2. 2d-plotting and editing of many plot objects
> in
> LabPlot2 is in quite good shape now. Besides implementing new smaller
> features
> after the first release, on of the next big steps to go could be the
> integration of a script language like python or so in order to make
> possible
> the workflow similar to matplotlib (e.g. [4]). Instead of python, or
> better to
> say, in addition to python, the integration of, say, Maxima would be
> greate.
> This is where the expertise of Cantor's authors would be very valuable.
> Just saw a review request for analitza on this mailing list. I was not
> aware
> of this project before. Looks like there is a lot of similar work done by
> independent projects. So, a collaboration between these projects in the
> long
> term would be very nice and we can try to create _the_ plotting software
> for
> KDE that goes beyond the current possibilities of other similar projects in
> Qt/KDE-world (labplot, scidavis, kst, veusz, qtiplot, qcustomplot etc.)
> What do you think about this?
> I hope, the developers of kmplot and cantor are reading this mailing list.
> If
> not, please tell me so I can try to get them directly :-)
> Best regards
> Alexander
> [1]
> [2]
> [3]
> [4]
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I found this link, maybe it can be useful to you. It contains infromation
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