[Kst] Combine date / time columns to one x-axis
syntheticpp at gmx.net
Thu Nov 22 22:19:44 UTC 2012
On 21.11.2012 23:28, Nicolas Brisset wrote:
> Hi Alex,
>> my problem seems to be that I have only kst 1.7 on my debian squeeze.
Shouldn't be hard to compile Kst from svn on squeeze.
Do you know which Ubuntu version matches squeeze? If I
have it here I could upload a binary for Linux.
> Ouch, all the discussion was relating to Kst 2.0.7, not even released and where we are currently implementing the reading of ASCII-formatted time just as in your case.
>> I can import the sensor data using the seperator '; '.
>> Importing Date and time fields fails for all choices c-time and
> Yes, because Kst &.x can read only numerical values. It probably stops at the first non-digit character.
>> Formated time seems not to be supported in 1.7.
> Correct. But if you preprocess time to be written as a C time (numerical value) then I think you have better chances.
>> I have access to the c-code which writes the data and could combine
>> date and time to anything. what would be the preferred way to see date/time
>> correctly on the x-axis?
> I think C time interpretation already worked on Kst 1.x, but I have never really used it and I haven't used Kst 1.x in a long time!
> Maybe the information at http://www.epochconverter.com/ can help.
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