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Debian Science

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Claimed by Debian Analyzed about 1 year ago

The main goal of the Debian Science project is to provide a system with all the most important free scientific software in each scientific field.

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CL Fixed Records Database

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  Analyzed 2 months ago

Common Lisp Fixed Records Database (FRDB) is an embedded database management system designed to store and manage data split into records of fixed size. The FRDB can be used to store time-series data, like measurements acquired from various measuring (data acquisition) devices.

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over 8 years since last commit

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daqmxbase-swig

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  Analyzed over 6 years ago

The National Instruments NI-DAQmx Base C API for data acquisition supports most National Instruments data acquisition hardware. This SWIG wrapper gives you access to the library from scripting languages. The NI-DAQmx Base library is available for Windows, Mac OS X, and Linux, as well as certain ... [More] PDAs. The initial focus of this project is support for the NI USB-6008/6009 devices using the Ruby programming language. So some of the API that doesn't apply to the USB-6009 isn't wrapped yet, and the support is Ruby-specific in places. I'd love to extend the support to other languages, but this is my first SWIG project and I don't know all the ins and outs of the language yet. [Less]

792 lines of code

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over 8 years since last commit

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marid

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  Analyzed 2 days ago

Free data acquisition and data visualization software

17.3K lines of code

4 current contributors

about 1 month since last commit

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Licenses: Apache-2.0, AGPL-3.0

linuxmeasurement

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  Analyzed about 1 year ago

WhatThe collection of linux drivers is for various measurement devices we use in our labs, which came with some sensible documentation and in our mind a good value/cost ratio. The drivers come with commandline-based application programmes suitable for embedding them into various scripts. Some of the ... [More] code has a graphical front end based on gnuplot and Tcl/Tk - dirty hacks, but they remain the 'temporary' solution since a while now... At the moment, the drivers for the following measurement cards together with some application examples are there: Data Translation DT302/DT322: A PCI-bus based multipurpose analog I/O card with some digital I/O lines as well. Data Translation DT340: A PCI card with multiple counters and timers. We use them to count events from photodetectors Data Translation DT330: A general PCI-based digital I/O card Adlink Nudaq PCI7200: A PCI card with a DMA engine to pipe data to/from the PC with about 12 MByte/sec. This driver is efficient in the sense that it does DMA to/from large user-space memory using the mmap method, avoiding the copying through bounce buffers. The card has an electrical connection which makes it somwhat difficult to really achieve the high data rate, since there is no good ground layout and hence one cannot use data cables with well-defined impedances. We fixed this partly with an adaper board wich plugs directly into the card, and then continues with a standard 68 pin SCSI connection. OWIS SM32 stepper motor driver card: This card can drive up to 3 stepper motors, interpolating 1/64 of steps Ocean Optics USB2000/2000+ spectrometer: This is a USB-based grating spectrometer, the driver offers enough code to retreive an optical spectrum for various exposure times. As with all loadable kernel modules, compilation of the drivers requires that kernel sources or at least the header files are present on your machine. We tried them on various intel platforms. The code works on the machines we use, but we use different kernels on different machines, so some cross testing still needs to be done. There is a wiki page listing already verified operation for the code in this repo. HowThere is a quick getting-started guideline in the wiki on how to install the code on your machine. WhyMeasurement cards are a very common way in research to turn a standard PC into a powerful data acquisition system - however, many manufacturers have only a limited bandwidth to cater for those who want to have their speciality hardware running under an open source operating system, be it for its reliability or simply the highly transparent documentation-by-code of what a machine really does with your data. This is an important element in a chain of trust from the physical system you measure to the interpretation of results in scientific work. The idea of this project is to open device driver code to operate commercial measurement hardware under linux such that you may not need to get a license of an integrated measurement system under the market-dominating OS. ReferenceIn case you want to play with the drivers or understand what is going on, I suggest the excellent Book on device drivers by Rubini et al. at OReilly. ManufacturersThe drivers published here could be written because the manufacturers provided enough information to do so. You can find out about the hardware from their web sites: Data translation, Inc. OWIS GmbH Adlink Technology, Inc. http://www.oceanoptics.com [Less]

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itcgui

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  Analyzed about 1 year ago

This program uses a DLL that runs an Instrutech (ITC-18) data acquisition board. The program provides a multithreaded gui to acquire, analyze and store data during neurophysiological experiments. The program uses PyOpenGL and Pyglet to display simple but precise visual stimuli according to ... [More] commands received over UDP from a master computer. [Less]

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micromanager-london-kings

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  Analyzed about 1 year ago

Some Add-ons for μManager http://www.micro-manager.org/, a free cross-platform software to control microscopes and do image acquisition.

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Mostly written in language not available
Licenses: BSD-4-Cla...

wrt150n-daq

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  Analyzed about 1 year ago

Source code for the WRT150N_DAQ. Currently the source is for the PIC18LF2520 firmware written in CCS PICC, and the WRT150N (running openwrt) control software. More information can be found here (NEED LINK).

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Licenses: MIT

pyrwi

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  Analyzed about 1 year ago

PyRWI is an attempt to make the bench-top testing of electronics more flexible and accessible. More specifically PyRWI brings the following together in a single package: Native Python Data Acquisition interface In other words, you don't have to use ctypes to access the DAQ drivers. Fast Graphical ... [More] Interface This is provided by the pyFLTK project. pyFLTK makes GUI building fairly easy and still keeps the final app very light weight and fast. Real Time Plotting Support Real time feedback is mandatory when it comes to debugging an electronic system. [Less]

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over 7 years since last commit

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pydaqmx

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  Analyzed about 1 year ago

Python wrapper to national instruments NIDAQmx library

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