Plot your GPS data with GPS time of week and UTC time on the x-axis

Discussion in 'Global Navigation Satellite Systems' started by Glenn MacGougan, Dec 29, 2007.

  1. I've put together an open source app, plot2d (http://
    plot2d.sourceforge.net), for plotting data (from ASCII files, almost
    any delimiter) directly to a compressed image. It uses a simple ASCII
    options file. It can also generate statistics for each series.

    The program lets you plot GPS time of week and UTC time on the x-axis.

    The project is still in the Alpha development stage. I'm looking for
    further design feedback on the software.

    What do you think of the target application? Batch/script files for
    generating plots+statistics directly to compressed bitmaps.

    Would you use this application and why/why not?

    What is lacking in the documentation?

    If you're keen, some review of the source is always appreciated.
     
    Glenn MacGougan, Dec 29, 2007
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  2. Glenn MacGougan

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    Thanks Glenn.
     
    Sam Wormley, Dec 29, 2007
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  3. BTW, I've revised the software so that it runs solely from the command
    line as well as an option file.

    e.g.'s
     
    Glenn MacGougan, Dec 31, 2007
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