[Kst] Question about ASCII format

Ben Lewis benlewis003 at gmail.com
Tue Feb 2 23:11:17 UTC 2016

Hi Dan,

If you're just getting started you should check out these tutorials on YouTube.


Regards, Ben

On 3/02/2016 10:06 AM, Daniel Miller wrote:
> Well, perhaps I was hasty in this message; once I searched for "kst manual" rather than "kst2 
> manual", I found the manual immediately!  Sorry for my impatience...
> On Tue, Feb 2, 2016 at 3:03 PM, Daniel Miller <dmiller at vitalconnect.com 
> <mailto:dmiller at vitalconnect.com>> wrote:
>     I am a new user of KST2, and want to use it for plotting test data for one of our projects.
>     However, the program comes with no documents of any sort, nor does any website that I can find
>     initially, document anything about the program and its use.  The only input file format that I
>     even recognize is ASCII, but I don't have any information on what that format entails, so I'm
>     hoping someone here can provide some cues.
>     Is ASCII format just csv format?  are there required headers or some such?
>     And in the meantime, is there a documentation location somewhere?
>     Thank you for any assistance that you could provide!
>     Dan Miller
>     Fremont, CA
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