pyQPCR 0.6 is out

Release notes

The 0.6 version of pyQPCR is out.


It brings some new features and bugfixes:

New features

  • Subplate extractor: it is now possible to extract a sublate from your plate. Just select the wells you want to extract, and click on the subplate extractor, it creates a new plate with your selected wells.
  • Absolute quantification: pyQPCR can now also compute absolute quantification (just switch your type of calculation in Settings).
  • Support of 384-wells plate: it is now possible to import this kind of plate in pyQPCR.
  • New PCR devices: Biorad MyIQ (2 and 5) are supported. As these devices export data only in XLS format, the user as to convert it to a CSV file with OpenOffice or Excel. As usual, new devices can be added on request.


  • The import of CSV files (for any kind of PCR device) does not depend anymore on the type of CSV files (separated by comma or semicolon).
  • No more problem with the path and accentuated fonts on Windows (unicode filenames).
  • No more crash with the color chooser on windows (the .exe is now python 2.6 based).
  • Displays correctly large (and small) amounts in a scientific notation instead of classical one.
Moreover, a documentation done with the Spinx software ( is underway. Hopefully, I will release it with the next version of pyQPCR.

Don't hesitate to ask for new features or for bug corrections.



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