pyQPCR 0.3 is out

Release notes

The 0.3 version of pyQPCR is out. It brings many new features and bugfixes (more than 70 commits on the svn repository) :

  • It now supports multi-plate calculations (example are given in the sample directory). You have to define a reference target and sample for each plate of your experiment. That can be done with the Edit Target/Sample widgets.
  • pyQPCR has now its own file format which is XML based. The 'Open' entry allows only to open this kind of files. If you want to import QPCR raw data from your PCR device, please consider to use the 'New project' widget or the 'Add plate' button if you have already created one.
  • It is now easily possible to add new PCR machines file format. For now, only Eppendorf files are supported, but I can add others if somebody ask me (and send me examples of these files).
  • Large cleanings and improvements in the code, especially for exception catching.
  • Better plot support.
Don't hesitate to ask for new features or for bug corrections. Any suggestion is welcome to improve this program.



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  • sha1sum d6d1613a6f49630f5b16cd6c2f2b6c176cde4aff


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I really hope to provide a dmg file for Mac OS X users soon for this 0.3 release.