Plotting of arrays, functions(anything with a
Histograms(and plotting them), including ones that expand as needed. They simply use the expanding array in the utilities included in julia-ffi. They use parameteric types so the expanding arrays can easily be switched out with other implementations of expanding arrays.
Real time plotter ('oscilloscope style') that (optionally)histograms the input and the times between to receivals of time. (add all sorts of fancy stuff, why not is the idea.)
It is a bit early in development.
The GL stuff in julia-ffi.
To use, edit
~/.juliarc.jl if that directory is not already added and
Currently you have to run it as
julia -L ~/.juliarc.jl
TODO is use the modules, and figure how to load things correctly..
If you didn't forget to run
make in parse-c-header, things can be loaded
with paths originating from that. There is an example in
(it includes things needed by parse-c-header) The testing files can then be
julia test/somefile.j (If all well, not mattering from which
Can be run with
make test_all and other entries in the makefiles. They
output into like
$USER `git status|wc -l` `git log|head -n 1` time `date +%s` ... number of lines in stdout`
Inperfect as it is(bit quickly botched together), it gives an indication how
well things work. Stdout is outputted into
test/result files aswel, zero
lines aught to indicate no errors.
How stuff is loaded/run not standard? How do i get this to be according to 'the best convention' out there?
Real time plotter 'averages over different lengths of time' plot and corresponding '2d' histogram. What is currently there is a bit too limited.
- Also bar plots along length.
Waterfall plot. (possibly change real time plotter to do it)
better docs, examples.(Well the tests are examples.) Example with arduino output.
plotting of 2d arrays and histograms.
other outputs? (cairo?)
Get the linear fitting code to work.
Everything is under GPLv3, license included under
Jasper den Ouden