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Tulip 5.2 is available

Tulip 5.2 offers numerous improvements, mainly in:
  • the Node-Link diagram view with
    • the speedup of the Graph rendering engine (up to 60%),
    • the addition of 3 new sphere glyphs with a drop shadow for nodes rendering,
    • the addition of new iconic node glyphs from the latest versions of the Material design and FontAwesome iconic fonts,
    • the use of an "Url property" enabling the launch of your default web browser on the node/edge associated web page.
  • the CSV Import wizard with more configuration options to import properties,
  • the Geographic view which allows incremental retrievement of the geographic locations from the Geo location server,
  • the Spreadsheet view where a zoom of its contents (from 60 to 300%) has been added.

A new chapter of the User Manual entitled "Tulip in practice: Four case studies" has been added.

Important notice for developers:
Tulip 5.2 needs a C++11 compiler to be built up and it is the last version supporting Qt 4.

Download links
Binaries are available for Windows (32/64-bit OSes), Linux (a 64-bit AppImage) and MacOSX platforms from the dedicated SourceForge page.
Source packages can be downloaded from the same page.
Windows binaries without the Python components are also available for users who do not aim to use
any specific Python code to interact with their data when using Tulip.