pyQPCR 0.9 on Mac OS X

I've uploaded today a dmg of pyQPCR 0.9 for Mac OS X users.

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pyQPCR-0.9.dmg

  • Md5sum 0806fdbff601f0407ef774e837520043
  • sha1sum 35bf63d7277df836029f65e353900aeff4c0a32c

pyQPCR 0.9 is out

Release notes

The 0.9 version of pyQPCR is out.

pyQPCR

It brings some new features and bugfixes:

New features

  • Assistant: Add an assistant wizard that apply a plate setup to a new plate (name of the genes, type of the well, and so on). It works from both an internal plate or an external plate.
  • Print plate setup: Add an option to print the plate setup in the PDF output.
  • New PCR device: ESCO spectrum 48 and Illumina Eco are now supported.

Bugfixes

  • bugfix for AB7000 (sds version 1.1).
  • bugfix in the absolute quantification computation (standard error were wrong).

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

Checksums

pyqpcr-0.9.tar.gz

  • Md5sum 21bd66bdbe494ea8b1c15fc5cb51e4e2
  • sha1sum 7ca8eda32dae06a016294546b432e08047dcb520

pyqpcr-0.9-setup.exe

  • Md5sum a7b977bc39f16343af95cb68b766429d
  • sha1sum ed177c0842d75a961bf1337565999e804048d620

Notes

Unfortunately, I don't have any access to a Mac at the moment. Therefore, it is impossible to build the dmg file of the 0.9 version. I hope to find a solution soon, but any help is welcome! Any apple device with Mac OS X 10.4 or 10.5 (to ensure backward compatibility) and a kind guy with some experience using Macports would be perfect :-) .

pyQPCR 0.8 is out

Release notes

The 0.8 version of pyQPCR is out.

It brings some new features and bugfixes:

New features

  • Save order: the XML files now saves the order of the targets and samples, so if the user changes the ranking, the settings are saved.
  • Automatic dilution wizard: a new dialog has been added to compute the dilutions automatically.
  • New PCR device: Biorad C1000 is now supported.

Bugfixes

  • All the parsing subroutines for Applied devices have been merged into a single one.
  • Bugfix in the printing dialog.

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

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pyqpcr-0.8.tar.gz

  • Md5sum 0ed575a912022aadea14b96d38894f5a
  • sha1sum a9debf54d6577511888f03d1cd5840ff2293f2be

pyqpcr-0.8-setup.exe

  • Md5sum f14aca964c9956a91a54ca3a8f7aab91
  • sha1sum e53e28894c358d76d6aabc7b6baf907e549ca1eb

pyqpcr-0.8.dmg

  • Md5sum 3135e6d6b948d14a7ffa1181ecd970e9
  • sha1sum c699ac06b1103dfc5a1364d7526fe8fa4dd34eb9

pyQPCR 0.7 is out

Release notes

The 0.7 version of pyQPCR is out.

pyQPCR

It brings some new features and bugfixes:

New features

  • Save color: the XML files now saves the color of the targets and samples, so if the user changes these values, the settings are saved.
  • New PCR devices: several PCR devices have been added: Qiagen Corbett (72-rotor and 100-rotor), Applied Biosystem 7700 and 7900, Cepheid SmartCycler and Stratagen Mx3000.

Bugfixes

  • Undo/Redo behaviour has been largely improved and polished.
  • Bugfixing on the Edit Well Dialog.
  • Rewrite the color attibution of targets and samples.
  • Implementation of __cmp__ methods that help to improve the undo/redo mechanism

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

Checksums

pyqpcr-0.7.tar.gz

  • Md5sum b8f45d28afbaca9110a84fa8414e08d2
  • sha1sum 05922762a4bc5e38d870b68320a1cf5862a919d2

pyqpcr-0.7-setup.exe

  • Md5sum a02cf578cbfaee36deec433e05312be1
  • sha1sum 4eb21dec6e98660ceb6c7ce27228c13156adfed9

pyqpcr-0.7.dmg

  • Md5sum b209b8b6bdca9e507603396f6460c798
  • sha1sum c76c4898acba06fb4f0a6a932fd425ddff197b3a

pyQPCR 0.6 is out

Release notes

The 0.6 version of pyQPCR is out.

pyQPCR

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.

Bugfixes

  • 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 (http://sphinx.pocoo.org/) 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.

Checksums

pyqpcr-0.6.tar.gz

  • Md5sum 51f6a8eec703962055bc128cf99822da
  • sha1sum 7099b5f51d17583cbb05eae3d4d4ca1fd8d14f0d

pyqpcr-0.6-setup.exe

  • Md5sum 6e0b3f6dfb373fd2fe70ff90c900f930
  • sha1sum 642dfa0d91afd8d87ee62fb2cf4dac35996e7d04

pyqpcr-0.6.dmg

  • Md5sum ab4f3e0aa15acb0e172111c9f397a261
  • sha1sum fce1a7a630fffcd2fc0d92da6a92482971ef2666

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