GGobi blog

Interactive and dynamic graphics

Tuesday, August 12, 2008

Updated version of GGobi: 2.1.8

We've just posted an updated version of GGobi - version 2.1.8. This version fixes a number of small bugs, particularly with the
DescribeDisplay plugin. If you are on windows, make sure to also update to the latest version of gtk linked from the downloads page. Unfortunately we have been having problems with the mac package, so only linux and windows versions are currently available.

All files are available from http://ggobi.org/downloads

Please us know if you run into any problems.

9 Comments:

Blogger fmh1 said...

Thanks for the continued progress! Any progress on the Mac package? Prognosis?

October 06, 2008  
Blogger Hadley Wickham said...

I think the pieces are there (thanks to a whole lot of work by Simon Urbanek), I just need some time to try and pull them together.

October 06, 2008  
Blogger fmh1 said...

Thanks Hadley! I hope Rice Univ is agreeing with you.

Frank

October 22, 2008  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

any idea when the Mac OS X version will be released?

Also is it going to use the new native GTK+ or will it depend on X11 again?

October 25, 2008  
Blogger Hadley Wickham said...

I'll try for Tuesday next week. It will still depend on X11 - the native GTK+ is still too unstable for GGobi.

October 28, 2008  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Is ggobi supported on Vista? I'm getting a 6034 incorrect C runtime library load error. Any reports of this problem?

November 05, 2008  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Ggobi is unable to open any file under my Ubuntu hardy installation. I get a message that ggobi is unable to locate the file.

March 30, 2009  
Blogger Hadley Wickham said...

If you have problems with GGobi, please sign up to the mailing list and send us an email. That way we can figure out exactly what the problem is, and figure out how to solve it.

March 30, 2009  
Blogger paratracker said...

If you had say 1000 dimensional data, how would you help the user in finding and navigating to projections with the highest information content or the strongest partial derivatives from a given view? A widget of some sort along visible dimensions?

April 20, 2009  

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