LabPlot+Cantor for GSOC 2014?

Shubham Pansari pansarishubham2395 at
Sat Feb 22 12:51:58 UTC 2014

Hi Alexander,
I am making progress on the task you assigned me that is extracting data
from a plot. Please suggest from where I could read how to fix or define a
coordinate system on the exported image.

Second thing is the problem with labplot crashing is solved? And how to
make a proposal for GSoC 2014, I wish you will be available for mentoring
me on the project.

Thanks and Regards,

On Thu, Feb 20, 2014 at 11:33 AM, Shubham Pansari <
pansarishubham2395 at> wrote:

> Hi Alexander,
> I just want to know that can I make a project on LabPlot large enough to
> apply for GSoC 2014. I have seen that there are many ideas in the wishlist
> of LabPlot. If those are not big enough then can I also include some ideas
> from cantor or vtk to make it a good project and it will be very helpful if
> you are available to mentor me for this project.
> Thanks and Regards,
> Shubham
> On Thu, Feb 20, 2014 at 1:57 AM, Alexander Semke <Alexander.Semke at>wrote:
>> > 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.
>> No, you shouldn't use gtk...
>> I mentioned those projects just as examples for things that we also can
>> implement for LabPlot. You can pick up some ideas there or look for
>> solutions
>> for some technical problems, if there will be any at all. The code and the
>> appearance of this new tool should be very close in style to everything we
>> have now in LabPlot. And it should, of course, be Qt-based :-)
>> --
>> Alexander
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