On 11/16/2010 07:16 PM, Michael Civ wrote:
There's a "Waterfall Sink" object. Available through GRC
(gnuradio-companion), and presumably instantiated in plain Python as
I began coding my own waterfall for a program using the
Python specgram function, but noticed that gnuradio has
some python files with "waterfall" in the title. I cannot
figure out what exactly I need to do to include a gnuradio
waterfall gui block in my program. Yes, I am a gnuub.
It seems like I need to have "from gnuradio.wxgui import
waterfallsink_gl" or something similar. What function or
object should I use in my python program?
Any help or comments are greatly appreciated.
I tend not to use plain Python these days, since GRC does most of
what one needs, and one can write ancillary Python/C++ code
to handle the things it doesn't contemplate. But if you're clever
using GRC, you can do just about anything with it, I've found.