4 projects tagged "Qwt"

Download Website Updated 20 Dec 2012 ArduinoPulseGenerator

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ArduinoPulseGenerator is a simple program for generating pulse sequences using an Arduino. There is an associated GUI that runs on the local computer, or you can simply connect to the Arduino with a serial console (9600 baud) and send it commands. This code has been tested on the ArduinoMega 2560 (timing accuracy ~ ±200 μs) and Arduino Due (timing accuracy ~ ±35 μs); it may work on other Arduino boards.

Download No website Updated 13 May 2012 comedi2py

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comedi2py feeds data from a data acquisition board into Python by using call-back functions. The goal was to make this as easy as possible, hiding all the complexity of the asynchronous acquisition in comedi2py and providing the Python program simply with an array of the sampled data at a given sampling rate. The program has been tested with the USB-DUX boards, but should also run with any other COMEDI supported data acquisition board.

Download Website Updated 09 Aug 2011 QSapecNG

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QSapecNG (Symbolic Analysis Program for Electric Circuits (New Generation)) is a Qt-based program for symbolic analysis of linear analog circuits. It consists of two independent parts, the SapecNG framework engine and the QSapecNG GUI. It was based on SapWin. Users can draw, solve, analyse, and manage analog circuits.

No download No website Updated 12 Apr 2010 Linux Process Explorer

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Linux Process Explorer is a graphical process explorer for Linux. It shows process information such as a process tree, TCP IP connections, and graphical performance figures for processes. It aims to mimic Windows procexp from sysinternals, and is more usable than top and ps. Its unique feature is the ability to measure and trend the TCP/IP output of a process.

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A generative tree visualiser for Python.

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A Web-based interface for Unix system administration.