LogarithmPlotter is, as it’s name suggests, a plotter made with logarithmic scales in mind. With an object system similar to Geogebra’s, it allows dynamic creation of plots with very few limitations.
It’s primary use is to quickly create asymptotic Bode plots, but it’s extensible nature and ability to switch to non-logarithmic scales allow it to create other things with it, like sequences or statistical repartition functions.
Object Management System
LogarithmPlotter works with objects to create complex features and diagrams, as well as quickly manage what to display.
This system allows you to create, position, edit and delete objects in an instant.
Complete object edition
Editing objects has been made very simple yet complete and easily extendable with a settings page that allows you to edit all properties of an object.
Properties are made to be backwards and forward compatible to prevent data corruption when opening a file made with a different version of LogarithmPlotter.
LogarithmPlotter uses distribution-agnostic optional LaTeX integration that allows the automatic rendering of mathematical formulas on the graph, as well as the inscription of symbols and notes through the Text object.
While there remains parts of the application that have yet to integrate with LaTeX, such features will come in the future updates.
Advanced history system
Featuring an advanced history system, LogarithmPlotter is extremely fast at undoing and redoing actions, as well as listing a complete list of actions history.
This system allows you to quickly rollback to a previous state of your diagram fairly quickly while displaying in fast mode all the modifications done in that span of time.
Another advantage of this system is that it allows history to be saved in your file directly while being extremely light on storage (LogarithmPlotter files, .lpf, rarely exceed a few kilobytes).
Customize how your diagram looks
LogarithmPlotter allows you to edit how your diagram looks in numerous ways, from the representation of the axis, to the size of elements and text as well as switching to normal scale mode from the logarithm one.
The settings section also features function buttons that can also be found in the menu bar, such as copying the diagram to the clipboard, or saving the plot.
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Latest version: v0.2.0
Status: Active development
DownloadLogarithmPlotter v0.2.0 is available on Windows, MacOSX, Linux. Older versions
Installer software (.exe) (64 bits)File: logarithmplotter-v0.2.0-setup.exe (100.9MiB)
Application Archive (.dmg)File: LogarithmPlotter-v0.2.0-setup.dmg (114.7MiB)
Debian / UbuntuFile: python3-logarithmplotter_0.2.0-1_all.deb (103.7KiB)
Source code (.tar.gz)*File: LogarithmPlotter-v0.2.0.tar.gz (187KiB)
LaTeX integration requires a valid LaTeX installation (from a distribution like TeXLive) with
*LogarithmPlotter requires Python3 with PySide2 to be installed in order to be launched.
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