Veusz is a scientific plotting and graphing program with a graphical user interface, designed to produce publication-ready 2D and 3D plots. In addition it can be used as a module in Python for plotting. Veusz is multiplatform, running on Windows, Linux/Unix and macOS.
It supports vector and bitmap output, including PDF, Postscript, SVG and EMF.
When considering automation apps for Android, Tasker immediately comes to mind. And although it has name recognition, it's source code is proprietary and the app requires the Google Play store on the device (beyond a 7-day trial version).
So, what FOSS automation apps are there out there?
Fraidycat is a desktop app or browser extension for Firefox or Chrome. You can use it to follow people (hundreds) on whatever platform they choose - Twitter, a blog, YouTube, Instagram or even on a public TiddlyWiki.
So it's like a feed reader, and if you use your browser sync functionality, it will sync between your devices. Really worth trying out this concept, especially if you don't want to setup your own web-based feed reader. The built-in (and increasing) support for many non-RSS sources is also nice.
But a better Firefox add-on is Privacy Redirect. Apart from handling Youtube redirects and many other services, it also automatically redirects to a random Invidious instance so as to avoid overloading any single one (I find it works better than Invidition).
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