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Re: [Help-gnucap] Labplot demo using Gnucap

From: Orestes Mas
Subject: Re: [Help-gnucap] Labplot demo using Gnucap
Date: Thu, 17 May 2018 17:43:37 +0200
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On 17/05/18 13:59, Rubén Gómez Antolí wrote:
> El 17/05/18 a las 12:43, Orestes Mas escribió:
>> Hi all,
>> I would like to let you know that Alexander Semke, one of Labplot's
>> author, just published on his blog an entry about a new Labplot feature
>> that will be available in the next upcoming release: The support for
>> live data.
>> In this entry there's a demo video showing how Labplot is able to plot
>> in real time the magnitude frequency response of a biquad filter
>> simulated using gnucap, and resimulating often when changing filter
>> parameters by means of a graphical application written in python.
> Looks so great Orestes. I have two questions:
> a) Is open source the graphical application to change values?
> b) Are you involving in Labplot development?
a) Of course, although it's not a great program, nor black magic, nor
general. Please allow me some time to put the code on some github and
publish the link. I've to leave now.

b) No. I'm a translator of KDE to catalan and also I teach a course on
linear circuits at polytechnic university of catalonia. I usually use
Grace to plot the gnucap output because is super-easy to do "xmgrace
-nxy results.dat". But Grace is a Motif application that's showing its
age and I contacted Labplot (which is a KDE app) developers to see if
they could implement a "fast import" feature like grace's one. And in
the middle of the discussion I came up with an example, Alexander wrote
some code... and that was all.


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