[Kst] plotting a data
arwalker at sumusltd.com
Mon Oct 26 22:49:27 CET 2009
Ben's approach is probably what you're looking for, but as you don't give
much detail as to what you are trying to achieve,
you could also consider the possibility of a plugin, recognising this will
likely be a larger commitment of time and effort.
Kst is very extensible and with only modest programming skills you can add
either a plugin (plugins that ship with Kst can be
seen by clicking on the Data... New Plugin... menu item), which allows you
to manipulate existing vectors and scalars in some way,
or a datasource (which provides data to Kst).
Numerous examples of each can be found in
----- Original Message -----
From: "Ben Lewis" <asuomynona at gmail.com>
To: <kst at kde.org>
Sent: Monday, October 26, 2009 2:02 PM
Subject: Re: [Kst] plotting a data
> Hi Tadele,
> I'm also new to KST but I will try to answer your question as best I can.
> Your "mathematical software" will need to write the data to be plotted
> to a file in real time. You will need to use one of the supported file
> formats (ASCII, dirfile, CDF, netCDF, piolib, FITS, HEALPix, qimage).
> Then you point KST to this file and configure it to read any appended
> data at regular intervals.
> What function does your "mathematical software" perform? KST may be able
> to perform this with its own built in mathematical functions or plugins.
> Regards, Ben
> tadele shiferaw wrote:
>> Hello kst,
>> I am new to kst and I was wondering how i can make a plotter that can
>> plot values froma simple mathematical software compoenent block that
>> is running in parallel with the plotter in real time.
>> With regards
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