Veusz is a scientific plotting package, designed to create publication-ready Postscript, PDF, or SVG output. It features an easy to use graphical interface as well as a command line interface and can be scripted or embedded in Python scripts. Graphs are constructed in a modular fashion from separate components. Datasets can be interactively modified or created from within the program.
|Operating Systems||Unix Linux Windows OS X|
|Implementation||Python PyQt Qt 4 Numpy|
Release Notes: This is primarily a bugfix release, although non-orthogonal plots can now have points color-coded based on a dataset. Duplicate axes when using a grid have been removed. The print dialog now works again. The crash when adding a blank polar plot has been fixed. The program now exits properly when using --export on Mac OS X. The Mac OS X binary release now has a Qt patch to fix icons on the formatting tab.
Release Notes: A broken-axis widget has been added to support axes with numerical gaps in them. Grid lines are now always plotted under (or over) the data. Polar plots now support minimum radii and logarithmic radii. SAMP and VoTable support have been added. Stepped plots can have the points shifted by the gaps by half the gaps between data points. The point picker picks to the clipboard and/or the console. The axes on the ternary plot can now be reversed. Several minor bugs have also been fixed.
Release Notes: Veusz now includes experimental MathML support. The bar plot widget now has a stacked-area option. Axis labels can also be placed to the left or right of the axis. Lines can now be specified by end coordinates. Several dataset plugins have been added, including sort, 2D histogram, divide by maximum, and normalize. Custom color maps can be edited and saved within documents. Shape widgets can now clip themselves to the plot. Most strings are now translatable within the application. There have also been a number of bugfixes. Self tests now succeed on ARM platforms.
Release Notes: This release adds much-improved hatching support, including more hatch styles. The axis widget will not extend past specified bounds, and more option have been added for calculating its extent. Grid widgets can now be placed within grids. Veusz now includes Ctrl+Mousewheel zooming, fullscreen mode, and DBus support. Datasets can be tagged to aid management, and multiple datasets can be selected in the browser. Text in SVG files can be written as text, rather than curves. Keys can now include a title option. There have been several other minor features added and bugs fixed.
Release Notes: This release includes an interactive tutorial. The data plotting widget can now color data points according to another dataset. The CSV import is much improved, allowing European numerical formats and different date formats. Datasets can now be copy, pasted, or imported from the clipboard. The size of SVG exported files has been greatly reduced. The axis widget can have its range interactively changed, and its minimum and maximum can be specified in date-time format. In addition, there have been several other minor improvements and bugfixes.