In article <rowen-467156.12085929092010@...1803...>,
"Russell E. Owen" <rowen@...2756...> wrote:
I finished my strip chart widget thanks to help from Tony S Yu, Benjamin
Root and others here. It supports multiple subplots and multiple
lines/subplot. Here's a copy if anyone is interested:
I plan to add it to the RO python package once I have tested it a bit
more. Meanwhile, the example code at the end uses a prerelease RO module
that I've also uploaded:
It uses the TkAgg back end, but is easily ported (as usual, event timing
is the main issue; I wish Python had its own event model that all GUIs
I think I finally got the animation API figured out well enough to
produce a robust result. Strip charts are intrinsically poor candidates
for the animation API because the time axis is constantly shifting, but
nonetheless animation does produce a small reduction in CPU usage.
Any feedback would be most welcome.
Now released in RO 2.6.0 as RO/Wdg/StripChartWdg.py