netterfield at astro.utoronto.ca
Wed Mar 9 17:02:03 CET 2005
CVS commit by netterfield:
Script definition cleanup.
M +36 -19 scripting.txt 1.3
--- kdeextragear-2/kst/devel-docs/scripting.txt #1.2:1.3
@@ -1,26 +1,37 @@
+A planck-HFI reqirement is that kst support scripting to allow flexable
+facilities for this exist within KDE.
- Complete bindings to all objects
- - .kst file should be unnecessary
+ - everything that can be done in a .kst file can be done with a
- DCOP based commandline tool with konsole
-- write "ideal" bindings and implement them as internal calls to our internal
-- update thread doesn't run if the interpreter is running, and blocks the
-interpreter from starting up if it is doing an update.
-- force update/repaint mechanism
+ - will provide a 'command line' to kst (like sm or idl)
+ - Can be commanded from either an embedded konsole, or an external
+- Multiple ways of entering scripts
+ - from command line when starting kst
+ eg: kst -J "file=\"data.dat\";field=\"N15C2\"" bolo.js
+ - From file menue
+ - From DCOP/command line tool.
+- We will not use automatic bindings. Instead, we will "ideal" bindings
+ and implement them as internal calls to our internal objects
+- The update thread doesn't run if the interpreter is running, and blocks the
+ interpreter from starting up during an update There will be a force
+ update/repaint mechanism to allow updates during script interpretation.
- vectors can be referenced as strings (tagname) everywhere too
- kjsembed or qsa?
+A plot with points + error bars, and a line fit.
+The X axis vector has to be re-scaled.
var f = File.load("Data.dat");
@@ -28,23 +39,29 @@
var Vx = DataVector(f, "1");
string Vn = DataVector(f, "2").tag;
+var Vp = DataVector(f, "3");
+var Vm = DataVector(f, "4");
-var Ex = Equation("[" + tag + "] * 0.0042", Vx);
+var Ex = Equation("[" + Vx.tag + "] * 0.0042", Vx);
-var C = Curve(Ex.sv, Vy)
+var C = Curve(Ex.sv, Vn);
C.hasPoint = true;
C.hasLines = false;
+var lfit = fit("kstfit_linear_unweighted", Ex.sv, Vn);
-Cf = ....
+var Cf = Curve(Ex.sv, lfit.Y_Fitted);
-var P = Plot()
+var P = Plot();
P.addCurve(C); // ordering etc............. P.curves.append() etc?
-P.xLabel.text = "";
-P.yLabel.text = "";
+P.xLabel.text = "x axis";
+P.yLabel.text = "y axis";
-L = PlotLabel("....");
+L = PlotLabel(lfit.parameterstring);
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