[Kst] PIOlib question

George Staikos staikos at kde.org
Wed Oct 25 23:28:13 CEST 2006

Hi Brendan,

   Do you know where I could access this data to try it myself?  Also do you 
see anything useful in the Kst debug log or on the console?

   It -seems- to me that piolib doesn't think it can read the data you're 
trying to access.

On Tuesday 24 October 2006 19:04, Brendan Crill wrote:
> Hi Kst'ers,
> In the past, I have sucessfully used kst to visualize Level 1 timestamp
> objects  (like the Orsay HFI calibration test data).  Now, I'm trying to
> use kst to look at Level 2 TOI objects, in particular, the HFI's data
> center DM test data.
> When I looked at the timestamp objects, I pointed kst at the html metadata
> part of he PIOlib database, and kst came up with a list of the objects in
> that database that I could select.  When I try to do this with the TOI
> object, kst tries to interpret the metadata as ASCII type data sources.  I
> also tried using the data wizard to point kst  to the various directories
> and the binary data, with no luck.
> I should point out that I'm now using kst 1.3.1, and I haven't used this
> particular build of kst to look at the Orsay test data.  I'm pretty sure
> that PIOlib was properly linked to kst during my current build -
> "PLANCK Plugin" is listed as a data source.
> Any hints?  Have any of you tried looking at the DM test data?
> Thanks very much,
> -Brendan
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