LucaTringali <TRINGALINVENT <at> libero.it>
2013-05-06 20:11:06 GMT
after some work I published the first stable release of Kartesio, a program for calculating best fit curves with experimental points:
The program works well (obiously there are some other features I will introduce in future releases), and I think it could be moved out from playground, into the stable kde-edu branch. I'm writing this email for three reasons: the first is that I don't know how to move Kartesio into the stable branch (maybe it needs your approval?). The second one is to tell that anyone's contribute in developing this software will be obiously appreciated. The third is just to let you know this program: if you work in a lab, you may need to calculate best fit curves, and Kartesio could interest you. I, for example, study chemistry and I already used Kartesio for some laboratory reports.
I would love to hear your opinions about it.
P.S.: If you just want to have an idea, in the git repo there are some screenshots of kartesio fitting a line and a parabola using a regression algorithm and a neural network.
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