Release Notes: This release adds two Czech translations. Some parts of the Python API have been marked as deprecated and generate warnings when used. This may be a bit unusual for a bugfix release, but they won't be removed any time soon and inserting the deprecation warnings now will give everyone as much time as possible for getting accustomed to the new API. Otherwise, the main focus of this release is on fixing bugs and performance problems.
Release Notes: This release contains a number of small bugfixes and improvements, including fixed crashes, better performance of some operations, improved pasting of cells from other applications, improved Brazilian Portuguese and German translations, and a few new Python functions.
Release Notes: This release adds a Brazilian Portuguese translation. A number of bugs were fixed. Performance of several operations was improved. Among the more prominent issues fixed are opening of legacy files with non-numeric data, importing of numeric data as new rows or overwriting the current table, various issues with invalid/empty cells, and a re-implementation of the Python function Table.importASCII() missing from SciDAVis 0.2.0 and 0.2.1.
Release Notes: Most importantly, this release fixes saving of projects containing function/fit curves. Crashes that occurred when activating Python support on Windows (sometimes on Linux) have been fixed. The Spanish translation was updated. Several regressions introduced by the table and matrix rewrites in version 0.2.0 have been fixed. An option was added for ASCII import of numeric data (conversion had to be done by hand in 0.2.0), while still allowing the importing of non-numeric data (which was not possible with 0.1.x).
Release Notes: This release introduces multi-level undo/redo for all operations that change table or matrix data. Many operations now support non-contiguous selections. A new sidebar makes working with column- or matrix-based data more convenient. Tables now support an individual formula for each cell and a new formula editing mode.
Release Notes: This release fixes some serious problems regarding weighted linear and polynomial fits, estimation of parameter errors for non-linear fits with unknown Y errors, and computation of R^2 in case of known Y errors. It also fixes handling of parameters in fit curve formulas as well as constant fit parameters, both of which used naive string-substitution. Finally, the release fixes a problem with FFT filters that could lead to inaccurate results. The hack that prevents axes gaps in graph vector exports (EPS, PDF, SVG) has been ported from QtiPlot. A Russian translation has been added.
Release Notes: This release introduces many new features for tables and matrices. These include a multi-level undo/redo system, support for non-contiguous selections, and easier access to frequently used controls and options in a sidebar. The internal data representation has been improved to prevent loss of numeric precision and to allow more powerful data manipulation from Python scripts.
Release Notes: Bugfixes, stability improvements, a new Windows installer, and many improvements to make building and packaging on GNU/Linux easier.
Release Notes: The application no longer crashes when changing the type of a plotted curve. The issue concerning the fit wizard that prevented fitting with user-defined functions has been resolved. Pasting copied data into tables now works as expected.
Release Notes: This release resolves several issues, including application freezes when selecting certain menu entries, and problems saving non-numeric values from table cells.