Release Notes: Usability and speed were improved significantly, several modules were added, and many bugs were fixed. In addition to the source code and Python distutils packages, a standalone binary package for Windows is now available.
Release Notes: Most of the components have been completely rewritten. It is faster, more robust, has more features, and is easier to extend.
Release Notes: This is a pre-release of peak-o-mat 1.0. The GUI has been completely redesigned and the code has been cleaned up. Support for Numeric has been dropped in favour of numpy 1.0. New features can be added easily by writing your own modules. The fit now includes confidential intervals for the parameters, and error weights may be specified.
Release Notes: This release features improvements in the handling of NaN values, which enhances overall stability. The spreadsheet in which the fit parameters are stored is now included in the project file when saved, some parameters of the least squares optimizer can be tuned by the user, the graphical export option for both xmgrace and matplotlib was improved, and the y-axis scale can be switched from linear to logarithmic.
Release Notes: Peak-o-mat is back again after having been renamed from "Lorentz". This release has a lot of code cleanup, many features have been added, and usability has been improved. The most important thing that is still missing is the introduction of confidence intervals for the fitted parameters.
Release Notes: Saving and loading of a complete plot structure including all fit models and parameters is possible, as well as loading of xmgrace project files. Xmgrace can be used as an output device. The spreadsheet view and set creation facility has been improved. An experimental auto peak fit mode has been added.
Release Notes: This is the first release that supports saving of data. The parser has automatic distinction between a symbol-based model description and standard Python expressions. A toolbar has been added and the GUI updated.