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According to Nina this is kind of a dealbreaker for her and really slows her down. I would give this one a high priority in BlackSwan context.
Jul 3 2019
Here are the DLLs we used for the BlackSwan demo.
This issue can be solved by copying the following DLLs to the exe path of the workbench:
Jun 7 2019
May 29 2019
Yeah, we did... to be honest, I don't know if it is merged yet. @kausch can you please check this?
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May 14 2019
Ok, I tested it on my current developing build, which is branched off of master from 2019-04-29 (a0ba9d263118bc2df2aa922c124c3db57acbd2dc). I can reproduce the error as described in the description. So I guess to answer your question @kislinsk: The status is "still open".
May 13 2019
I forgot to enable the segmentation plugin... I'll test it tomorrow.
I can reproduce it. I did exactly the steps in the task description. I used MITK.2018.4.0 installer. I'll check on a (more or less) current master.
Wait for it...
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Pushed new branch T25683-chart_example_linux.
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I do not think, that the subchart feature is a blocker or even critical. It was very easy to implement with C3 and I personally liked the idea as described above. I assume there is something to achieve that in plotly as well? I'd be happy to discuss this with you in person.
Nov 19 2018
The idea behind that feature was, that it should be obvious to the user, that he is only looking at a part of the data. A zoomed view can lead to misinterpretation if the user is not aware of it. At least that is what I thought when I added that feature.
Oct 23 2018
Sep 14 2018
I created a subtask. We'll look into this.
We just took a look at plotly.js. In contrast to C3, it supports error-bars and is still under development (see guithub stats).
To use plotly.js with MITK chart we think, that no fundamental changes on C++ side are necessary. Just the JS stuff needs to be rewritten.
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There might also be a Problem when changing the theme. You might have to deselect and reselect the data node. But generally speaking the histogram is available in dark, it works and looks neat.
Feb 2 2018
Spaces are ok, but we should test it one more time.
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Jan 18 2018
Also works for me. I'll close this task.
Jan 5 2018
Instead of hiding the line one could just use a scatter plot... I will look into this next time
Pushed new branch T23468-add-line-style-hidden.
Dec 22 2017
Pushed new branch T23912-histogram-background-color.
We identified the problem.
- default style in QtStyleManager does not change the preference
- preference page does not know about the default style
- preference page clears the QtStylemanager and thus resets to default each time