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Argos HDF5/NetCDF/scientific data viewer.

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Argos data inspector for HDF5, NetCDF4 and other file formats.

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Note that version 0.3 will be the last release that supports Python 2.

0.4.4 (2023-02-06)

  • Removed deprecated numpy aliases so it works with numpy 1.24.

0.4.3 (2022-07-26)

  • Removed spurious log messages.

0.4.2 (2022-07-24)

0.4.1 (2022-03-02)

  • Fix: don’t import numpy during running

0.4.0 (2022-02-27)

  • Quick Look panel for showing quickly the contents of scalars and small arrays.

  • The Repository tree shows Kind, Element Type and Summary columns by default.

  • If one file or directory is opened, or given on the command line, it is expanded.

  • Only add a ‘-’ item to the collector combo boxes if the array has less dimensions than the inspector.

  • The table inspector has “#8.4g” as the default format for floats. The tooltip shows all digits.

  • Added so argos can be started with: python -m argos.

  • Fixed import in Line Plot and Image Plot inspectors (issue #20).

  • Fixed errors when running Argos with Python 3.10.

0.3.1 (2021-02-07)

  • Fixed error in style sheet.

0.3.0 (2021-02-07)

  • New legend in 2D image inspector

  • Extensive database of color maps and color map picker (CmLib).

  • Directories are listed in alphabetical order.

  • Image inspector: cross hair and axis ticks are displayed in the middle of the pixels.

  • Image inspector: added ‘auto down-sample’ config option (on by default). This improves performance for large images and reduces aliasing.

  • Added rectangle zoom mode in 1D line plot and 2D image plot inspectors (issue #8)

  • Zooming can be also done by dragging while holding the right mouse button (issue #8)

  • If possible, only informative dimensions (i.e. length > 1) are selected in the collector combo boxes. (issue #9)

  • Sliders next to the spinboxes in the collector panel

  • Fix: slices are updated in plot title when spinbox values change.

  • Fix: when table headers autosize was enabled, restarting argos could be slow for large tables.

  • Users can add/remove/configure plugins via the GUI.

  • Grouped the Details dock widgets together with repo viewer as they always apply to the selected item.

  • Properties tab shows chunking information for HDF5 and NetCDF data.

  • Updated style and layout.

  • Added –qt-style and –qss command line options. Using Qt Fusion style as default.

  • Displays informative message in case the plot remains empty.

  • Accepts unix-like patterns on the Windows command line. E.g. ‘argos *.h5’ opens all files with the h5 extension.

  • Persistent settings are stored in json file instead of QSettings.

  • Added -c command line option for specifying the general configuration file. Settings profiles are thus obsolete and have been removed.

  • Added –log-config command line option for specifying the logging configuration file.

  • Collapsing an item in the data tree closes the underlying file or resources.

  • Open Exdir files read-only

  • Ctrl-C copies all selected cells in the Table instpector to the clipboard.

0.2.2 (2020-03-28)

  • Exdir file format plugin. (Thanks to Lui Habl).

0.2.1 (2017-01-12)

  • Fix: in PyQt 5.7 the slot decorator wouldn’t connect anymore if the class didn’t derive from QObject.

0.2.0 (2017-01-01)

  • First usable release.

0.1.0 (2014-11-01)

  • First release on PyPI.

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