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CONTRIBUTE

Contribution Welcome

LabPlot team welcomes contributions from developers, translators, designers, testers and content providers. Just get in touch with us if you want to contribute to this project!

Contact

You can reach us via the kde-edu mailing list kde-edu@mail.kde.org (Subscribe, Archive) or in the LabPlot room on Matrix.

Development

If you want to see the current state of the project or to follow the development, clone our git repository

git clone git@invent.kde.org:education/labplot.git

or browse it on invent.kde.org.

We have many small items in our backlog that are very good to start working with and to become more familiar with the code.

Translation

LabPlot’s graphical user interface and the documentation are available in many languages. You can check the status of the translation of the GUI and of the documentation. In case LabPlot is not available in your native language but you would like to see it fully available in your language, too, and are willing to help here, just get in touch with KDE translation and localization team on l10n.kde.org.

Examples, Tutorials and Screenshots

If you find LabPlot a helpful tool for solving certain tasks and problems relevant for your area, don’t hesitate to send us your example projects which you think would be useful for other people, too. We’ll add your examples to our home page and make them available in the application, as well.

Reference and Cite LabPlot

We have invested a lot of time and effort in creating LabPlot, please consider citing it when using it for data analysis or visualization.

To cite LabPlot in publications use:

LabPlot Team (2022), LabPlot: A FREE, open source, cross-platform Data Visualization and Analysis software accessible to everyone, (Version 2.9) [Computer software]. https://labplot.kde.org.

See also: https://guides.libraries.uc.edu/citing/code