LabPlot is a free open source graphing and analysis software for Windows, MacOS, and Linux. LabPlot allows you to create, manage and edit plots. You can import data from spreadsheets or other external files. The final plot is available in several pixmap and vector graphic formats. Includes project management, worksheets, latex syntax support, mathematical support, linear and non-linear regression, numerical differentiation, interpolation, Fourier transform, dataset convolution and deconvolution, dataset automatic and cross-correlation, and more.
Install LabPlot on Ubuntu
LabPlot is available as a flatpak and snap package. Therefore, it can be installed via a terminal command line application.
Install LabPlot via Flatpak.
If you don’t have flatpak and flathub, use the tutorial links below to install flatpak and flathub.
Install Flatpak and flathub
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Reboot the system after installing flatpak. Then open the terminal app (ctrl + alt + t) and run this command to install the latest version of LabPlot.
flatpak install flathub org.kde.labplot2
You can run LabPlot using the following flatpak command.
flatpak run org.kde.labplot2
Install LabPlot via snap.
Run this LabPlot snap command in your terminal.
sudo snap install labplot
If the snap is not connected to kde, you will get an error message similar to the following:
You need to connect this snap to the kde-frameworks-5-qt-5-15-core20 snap. You can do this with these commands: snap install kde-frameworks-5-qt-5-15-core20 snap refresh kde-frameworks-5-qt-5-15-core20 snap connect labplot: kde-frameworks- 5-plug kde -frameworks-5-qt-5-15-core20: kde-frameworks-5-qt-5-15-core20-slot
Then follow the on-screen instructions to connect.