June 9, 2015
pSeven 5.3 Release
DATADVANCE development team is pleased to announce the release of pSeven 5.3, a new stable version of our data analysis and design space exploration platform.
pSeven 5.3 features the following improvements:
- Following the update of the SolidWorks and CATIA integration blocks in pSeven 5.2 which simplified creating workflows with multiple std.SolidWorks and std.CATIA blocks, a similar solution has been implemented in the PTC Creo integration block, std.Creo.
- CATIA integration block is also updated and now supports export to the STL format.
- Several updates in std.ShellScript adding new configuration options for remote execution over SSH.
- The optimization block, std.Optimizer, can now output a partial solution to a multi-objective problem if the workflow is stopped when the block is active. In particular, it helps when using surrogate based optimization, where std.Optimizer iterations can become time-consuming due to retraining internal approximation models.
- The support for data with missing values in Analyze and in blocks that load tabular files, such as std.CSVParser. When importing or loading a file with missing values (for example, a CSV file containing empty fields), pSeven replaces missing data with a special value and allows its further processing.
- Updated 2D plots now allow to change the order of layers (lines) after the plot is configured.
- Updated parallel coordinates plots provide more useful tooltips (point values, selection ranges, and other).
pSeven 5.3 also fixes a number of bugs discovered since the release of pSeven 5.2. For a complete list of changes including more details on updates and bugfixes please see the release changelog. You can also contact us to receive more information and pSeven updates!