LabPlot+Cantor for GSOC 2014?

Shubham Pansari pansarishubham2395 at
Wed Feb 19 14:42:18 UTC 2014

Hi Alexender,
Good to know that you are working on the problem. One more thing that apart
from the two ideas you submitted on ideas page for labplot can I suggest
some more ideas and from when the application starts for GSoC 2014.

Thanks and Regards

On Wed, Feb 19, 2014 at 8:04 PM, Alexander Semke <alexander.semke at>wrote:

> Hi Shubham,
> I'm already working on this. I'll push the fix for this problem soon. In
> the meantime, please use only valid columns as the data source for the
> curves.
> Best regards
> Alexander
> *Gesendet:* Mittwoch, 19. Februar 2014 um 15:14 Uhr
> *Von:* "Shubham Pansari" <pansarishubham2395 at>
> *An:* kde-edu at
> *Betreff:* Re: LabPlot+Cantor for GSOC 2014?
>  Hi Alexander,
> The problem I am facing is same as reported in bug 330656. Is someone
> working on this bug? If not I would first like to work on the bug and then
> go for the addition of the feature you told me.
> Thanks and Regards,
> Shubham
> On Wed, Feb 19, 2014 at 12:50 AM, Shubham Pansari <
> pansarishubham2395 at> wrote:
>>  Hi Alexander,
>> There is one problem with LabPlot that whenever I try to plot something
>> it closes unexpectedly. How should I handle that and secondly I have
>> completely understand the workflow. Now one thing which I would I like to
>> ask that according to which package I should develop the extract data
>> function, like g3data using gtk or like digitizer.
>> Thanks and Regards,
>> Shubham
>> On Sun, Feb 16, 2014 at 3:47 AM, Alexander Semke <Alexander.Semke at>wrote:
>>> Hi Shubham,
>>> > I am going through LabPlot code, but having difficulty understanding
>>> it.
>>> > Any ideas on how should I start and from where I should start?
>>> I think, at the beginning you only have to know kdefrontend/MainWin.cpp
>>> and
>>> kdefrontend/LabPlot2.rc in order to extend the main menu and to provide
>>> a new
>>> entry for starting the new tool. As I already said in my previous email,
>>> this
>>> digitizer tool is more or less self-consistent and independent piece of
>>> code
>>> and you can develop it in the beginning without the deeper understanding
>>> of
>>> labplot's code basis. Just create a new widget/dialog with the
>>> possibility to
>>> load an image or pdf/ps/eps-file, to define the coordinate system on top
>>> of
>>> the loaded image and to collect the pairs of x- and y-coordinates by
>>> clicking
>>> the points. If this is done, consider extending this widget with
>>> additional
>>> functionality that would make this tool more user-friendly (like zooming
>>> in
>>> into a small area under the mouse cursor etc.). When this is done, you
>>> can
>>> start to learn the interface of the labplots's Spreadsheet and Column in
>>> order
>>> to transfer the collected data.
>>> I'll try to write some documentation on the code in the next weeks.
>>> Regards
>>> Alexander
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