Plot widget for QtPyVCP

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09 Jul 2019 08:24 #138932 by scotta
Replied by scotta on topic Plot widget for QtPyVCP
Thanks! I have not tested how the sampling frequency effects performance. It should be possible to get quite good resolution with a balance of overhead.

Scott

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13 Jul 2019 23:13 - 13 Jul 2019 23:16 #139274 by scotta
Replied by scotta on topic Plot widget for QtPyVCP
Below is an example of why I wanted to develop the HalPlot widget. PID tuning visualisation. This is a plot of a very out of tune PID loop for my 3D printer temperature control.

Scott

PS. Anyone know how to get XFCE to look like KDE Plasma? I love the styling of QtPyVCP in KDE. It just looses a bit on XFCE running on Arch Linux on the RPi.

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15 Jul 2019 14:43 #139437 by andypugh
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I am curious what this does that Halscope doesn't?

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25 Jul 2019 07:51 #140513 by scotta
Replied by scotta on topic Plot widget for QtPyVCP
The only thing this does is allow the plot to be embedded in the UI as a persistent feature. No need to open Halscope, select pins to watch etc etc.


The widget is definitely less flexible than Halscope.

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