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The Qt Scientific Framework (QtSF) is a component framework aimed at scientific applications built using the Qt Framework. The framework is based on the award winning Generic Component Framework library and is actively being used in Visual Workspace, an application that is build on top of the framework. Using the framework reduces scientific application development time considerably and allows the developer to focus on the actual functionality that he wants to implement, rather than spending time trying to find out which libraries are available and then spending more time evaluating them. QtSF is entirely plugin based and brings a collection of scientific libraries together through easy to use and well documented interfaces.

It is easy to use and once you have developed any scientific component using the framework you can deploy the component immediately using Visual Workspace (http://code.google.com/p/visualworkspace/) which is basically a deployment platform for QtSF based components. To get more information on Visual Workspace, please see the Visual Workspace website.

The project is nearing beta status and documentation etc. is all fairly well developed at this stage. Once the project gets to beta status this site will be updated and a project website will be launched. Thus, this site is pretty limited (and intended to be) at present but will get a makeover pretty soon. An initial roadmap can be found in the wiki pages.

If more information in regard with the project is needed in the meantime, please contact naude.jaco@gmail.com

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