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README.md

pystudio

pystudio - Qubic Studio for Python

A Python interface for Qubic Studio

  • originally implemented by Pierre Chanial
  • current maintainer: Steve Torchinsky <satorchi@apc,in2p3.fr>

QubicStudio is the control software for QUBIC developed at IRAP

Introduction

pystudio is a python interface to QubicStudio allowing remote access to the QUBIC local control computer. All the power of python is available to perform, record, and analyze complex measurements. The package QubicPack (see below) is a collection of tools to run various measurements and analyze them in real-time.

Installation notes for pystudio

  • The files parametersDescription.dispatcher and parametersTF.dispatcher must be copied into the directory that contains the python interpreter (the actual python executable). These files are not used by the pystudio code, but by the dispatchertf library.

  • The environment variable LIBDISPATCHERACCESS can be set to the path of an alternative directory containing the Qubic Studio libraries.

  • If the QT5 headers are not in the standard directory /usr/include/qt5 and if the utility pkg-config is not installed, the environment variable QTPATH can be used to specify

  • The source code for pystudio and qubicpack is available from GitHub: https://github.com/satorchi/pystudio

  • Download pystudio and use the build.sh script

     $ git clone https://github.com/satorchi/pystudio.git
     $ cd pystudio
     $ ./build.sh
     $ sudo python ./setup.py install

and run pystudio! You will also want QubicPack

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