some general thoughts concerning the kde-edu world

Aleix Pol aleixpol at
Thu Mar 27 14:19:11 UTC 2014

On Mon, Mar 24, 2014 at 8:34 AM, Alexander Semke <Alexander.Semke at>wrote:

> Am Montag, 24. März 2014, 00:45:37 schrieb Aleix Pol:
> > I'm unsure of what funny features you mean.
> I meant all the properties that determine the appearance of the plot.
> Ok, if you just want to plot a function, then the color of the curve and
> the
> width of its line are maybe the only properties you want to change.
> > The idea behind AnalitzaPlot
> > has been so far to provide a library to easily turn functions into
> > plottable entities.
> What I meant are the following things: for curves you have e.g. different
> symbols (type, color, border type and color); for axes you want to provide
> their number and their position,  the number of ticks and their position,
> the
> number of axis breaking etc., for plot legends you want to change the
> ordering
> of the shown curve etc., for the plot area you want to change the
> background
> color or to use a picture with proper scaling etc. etc. There is a lot of
> stuff that determine the final appearance of the plot. Have a look at what
> veusz or labplot can do here.
> Alexander
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Personally, I never considered those features that important. To me, the
important thing is that the plots are easy to create and explore.

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