Release Notes: This release features a large number of internal changes, support for Python 3.3+, and a move to version 2 of the PyQt API. Numerical datasets can now be used as text labels. Dataset plugins were added for binning and converting numbers to text. Notes can be added to several widgets. Axes are more intelligent about the number of significant figures when interactively changed and can now plot smaller ranges. Renaming items no longer clears old text. The code security checker has been rewritten using ast. Fixes for OS X Mavericks have been added and several other small bugs have been fixed.
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: 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: Separate threads are now used for rendering plots. Output is updated as soon as the document is modified, improving responsiveness. A ternary plot widget has been added. Sizes of pages can be modified separately. Binary, NPY, and NPZ data formats are supported. Tick labels can be rotated by 45 degree intervals. Points can be labelled in non-orthogonal plots. Further minor improvements and bug fixes were made.
Release Notes: Multiple widgets can now be selected in Veusz, so that their properties can be changed together. A context menu has been added for files in the dataset browser to unlink or delete all the data belonging to that file. The data edit dialog box now uses the dataset browser widget. A date/time data type is now included, and these values can easily be edited in the data edit dialog box. There have also been some minor LaTeX support improvements, and a number of bugs have been fixed.
Release Notes: Veusz now includes a point picker for identifying points on graphs. The program also has a new dataset browsing dock window, which allows for dataset editing and filtering. When fitting data, Veusz can now use PyMinuit for better minimization. A self test program is now provided to check output. The console history is more intelligent. LaTeX superscripts and subscripts appear at the same horizontal position and \\ works in key text. Veusz can now switch between native and US formatting and program locales. Blanks can now be ignored in CSV files. There have also been a number of bug fixes.
Release Notes: This release includes two new plotting widgets, a box plot for plotting sample distributions and a polar graph. The data editing dialog box is much easier to use to create new datasets. There have been enhancements to the CSV reader. QDP files can also now be imported. Dates and times can also be written in local formats in data files. Datasets can be reloaded automatically at intervals. This release also includes several minor feature enhancements and a number of bugfixes, including an option to run silently without opening a window.
Release Notes: A plugin interface was included for creating datasets from other datasets inside the program. It comes with a variety of useful operations (e.g. add datasets, compute means). Plugins include color randomization and widget cloning for datasets. A vector field widget was added. A new object interface allows the document's tree of widgets to be manipulated. It is now possible to specify ranges of data for fitting. There are several minor user interface improvements and bugfixes.
Release Notes: This release includes a number of speedups. Several slow parts of the program have been rewritten in C++. The output is clipped before plotting, making plotting faster and file sizes smaller. Dynamic histograms of data can be created in a new dialog box. User-defined import plugins can now be used for importing any required file type. Bezier curves can be used to connect data points. There have been several minor improvements and bugfixes, including a new engineering format option for tick labels (e.g. 5k instead of 5000).
Release Notes: Veusz can now export Windows EMF files. Importing data can now use different character encodings and delimiters can be specified for CSV files. The stylesheet handling has been rewritten so that the user can set defaults for all settings and set a default document stylesheet. Linking to datasets now uses relative rather than absolute filenames. Text labels can now be plotted on axes, for bar or xy plots. Points on graphs can be sized according to a different dataset. There have been several other minor changes, including a toolbar reorganization and preferences for colours.