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 [Labplot-users] Why I Love You From: - 2008-01-31 12:45:25 ```A Token of My Love http://91.146.35.154/ ```
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 Re: [Labplot-users] Question about calculating the area below a peak From: Sigrid Kronenberger - 2008-01-08 11:27:10 ```Hello Stefan, > Hello, > >> I have the following question: >> >> I have a dataset (time and corresponding voltage) in a x-y-diagram. >> Is it possible to calculate the area below a given peak by using >> Labplot? > > Yes. > >> If yes, how can I achieve this? I'm using Labplot 1.5.1. > > By using Analysis->Integration. > If necessary you should define a region and a baseline. Thanks. Some more questions to this: I can't select the area with the mouse itself? I guess, I have to use the mouse, move it to the starting point and read in the status bar, at which point I am? Same procedure for the stopping point? And with the baseline, I can't have a baseline, that goes from the number of the starting point to the number of the stopping point? (This means, that my baseline might be diagonal.) > > hope this helps. Yes, indeed, you helped me already to get started. :) Sigrid ```
 Re: [Labplot-users] LabPlot public source code repository? From: Stefan Gerlach - 2008-01-08 11:03:21 Attachments: application/pgp-signature ```Hi everyone, I'm now working on LabPlot 2.0.0 which is a completely rewrite from scratch= =2E This is necessary because there are so many changes switching from autoconf to cmake, from Qt3 to Qt4 and KDE3 to KDE4. I will release alpha v= ersions for you to check it out from time to time. To stay in sync with a public repository is some extra work for me i like t= o avoid. But if you want to actively contribute to LabPlot 2.0.0 i would cr= eate a public repository. Since there will be no more new features in LabPlot 1.X i could also put th= e complete code of LabPlot 1.6.0 into SVN and make regular bug-fix releases= out of this. What do you think about it? Cheers, Stefan > Wouldn't it be more pleasant for you if external contributors would send = their=20 > patches against your current LabPlot code instead of the code of the last= =20 > release? But since putting the code into a public repository wasn't neces= sary=20 > yet, I guess there were not many patches from third parties? > Another advantage would be that users could monitor LabPlot's development= if=20 > they'd have access to the source code repository. >=20 > But never mind, I just wanted to make sure that I didn't missed it. >=20 > Thanks and cheers, > Frank >=20 ```
 Re: [Labplot-users] Question about calculating the area below a peak From: Stefan Gerlach - 2008-01-08 10:23:40 Attachments: application/pgp-signature ```Hello, > I have the following question: >=20 > I have a dataset (time and corresponding voltage) in a x-y-diagram. > Is it possible to calculate the area below a given peak by using Labplot? Yes. > If yes, how can I achieve this? I'm using Labplot 1.5.1. By using Analysis->Integration. If necessary you should define a region and a baseline. hope this helps. regards, Stefan ```
 [Labplot-users] Question about calculating the area below a peak From: Sigrid Kronenberger - 2008-01-08 09:35:51 ```Hello, I have the following question: I have a dataset (time and corresponding voltage) in a x-y-diagram. Is it possible to calculate the area below a given peak by using Labplot? If yes, how can I achieve this? I'm using Labplot 1.5.1. Thanks for help. Sigrid ```
 Re: [Labplot-users] LabPlot public source code repository? From: Frank S. Thomas - 2008-01-08 00:41:39 Attachments: application/pgp-signature ```Hello, On Monday 07 January 2008 18:56, Stefan Gerlach wrote: > > LabPlot's CVS repository at SF > > (http://labplot.cvs.sourceforge.net/labplot/) contains the doc/ and po/ > > directories only. Is there also a public source code repository which > > manages the rest of LabPlot's code? > > No. I was not necessary yet. > I only put the doc/ and po/ into CVS for translation purposes. Wouldn't it be more pleasant for you if external contributors would send th= eir=20 patches against your current LabPlot code instead of the code of the last=20 release? But since putting the code into a public repository wasn't necessa= ry=20 yet, I guess there were not many patches from third parties? Another advantage would be that users could monitor LabPlot's development i= f=20 they'd have access to the source code repository. But never mind, I just wanted to make sure that I didn't missed it. Thanks and cheers, =46rank ```
 Re: [Labplot-users] LabPlot public source code repository? From: Stefan Gerlach - 2008-01-07 17:56:52 Attachments: application/pgp-signature ```Hello, > LabPlot's CVS repository at SF (http://labplot.cvs.sourceforge.net/labplo= t/)=20 > contains the doc/ and po/ directories only. Is there also a public source= =20 > code repository which manages the rest of LabPlot's code? No. I was not necessary yet. I only put the doc/ and po/ into CVS for translation purposes. best wishes, Stefan ```
 [Labplot-users] LabPlot public source code repository? From: Frank S. Thomas - 2008-01-07 16:14:38 Attachments: application/pgp-signature ```Hello, LabPlot's CVS repository at SF (http://labplot.cvs.sourceforge.net/labplot/= )=20 contains the doc/ and po/ directories only. Is there also a public source=20 code repository which manages the rest of LabPlot's code? Thanks, =46rank =2D-=20 bureaucracy, n: A method for transforming energy into solid waste. ```

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