Orange Blog

By: Blaz Zupan, Mar 8, 2019

The Changing Status Bar

We are constantly optimizing Orange's look-and-feel. New features in the status bar will simplify the user interface. We are getting rid of the infobox on the top of the control tab, and moving it to the status bar.

Categories: release Status Bar

By: AJDA, Apr 23, 2018

Installing Add-ons Works Again

Dear Orange users, Some of you might have an issue installing add-ons with the following issue popping up: xmlrpc.client.Fault: <Fault -32601: 'server error; requested method not found'> This is the result of the migration to a new infrastructure at PyPi, which provides the installation of add-ons. Our team has rallied to adjust the add-on installer so it works with the new and improved service. In order to make the add-on installer work (again), please download the latest version of Orange (3.


By: AJDA, Aug 4, 2017

Text Analysis: New Features

As always, we’ve been working hard to bring you new functionalities and improvements. Recently, we’ve released Orange version 3.4.5 and Orange3-Text version 0.2.5. We focused on the Text add-on since we are lately holding a lot of text mining workshops. The next one will be at Digital Humanities 2017 in Montreal, QC, Canada in a couple of days and we simply could not resist introducing some sexy new features. Related: Text Preprocessing


By: AJDA, Sep 23, 2016

Text Mining: version 0.2.0

Orange3-Text has just recently been polished, updated and enhanced! Our GSoC student Alexey has helped us greatly to achieve another milestone in Orange development and release the latest 0.2.0 version of our text mining add-on. The new release, which is already available on PyPi, includes Wikipedia and SimHash widgets and a rehaul of Bag of Words, Topic Modeling and Corpus Viewer. Wikipedia widget allows retrieving sources from Wikipedia API and can handle multiple queries.


By: AJDA, Apr 1, 2016

Version 3.3.1 - Updates and Features

About a week ago we issued an updated stable release of Orange, version 3.3.1. We’ve introduced some new functionalities and improved a few old ones. Here’s what’s new in this release: New widgets: Distance Matrix for visualizing distance measures in a matrix, Distance Transformation for normalization and inversion of distance matrix, Save Distance Matrix and Distance File for saving and loading distances. Last week we also mentioned a really amazing Silhouette Plot, which helps you visually assess cluster quality.


By: BIOLAB, Jan 23, 2012

Orange 2.5a2 available

Orange 2.5a2 has been uploaded to PyPI. It now includes basic support for multi-label classification (developed during the Google Summer of Code 2011), some new widget icons and documentation for basket format. Release is also tagged on our Bitbucket repository.

Categories: gsoc pypi release