I am processing ten SPI interfaces in parallel and currently have to export each analyzer manually on its own to import them in Matlab. Luckily this can be done nearly in parallel but It would really help saving alot of time not typing every single file name.
Is there a way to automate the export like
export SPI_n to SPI_n.txt for n=1…10 ?
Although our newer Logic 2.x software does not yet support automation, this is possible via our older Logic 1.x software:
Specifically, you can use our ready-to-use command line utility tool below:
An example usage is as follows on Windows:
python saleae_cli.py --capture-count 24 --capture-duration 3600 --export-analyzers \Users\<Your User Name>\Desktop\export
Hope this helps!
Do you know when this will be implemented in Logic 2.x? As far as I know it is not possible to import data in Logic 1.x which have been captured by Logic 2.x, right?
Do you know when this will be implemented in Logic 2.x?
We unfortunately don’t have a timeline at the moment due to having a small software development team of 3 members (currently focused on other priority tasks). We are tracking this feature request in the idea post below. I added a comment for you to track your need for it, but feel free to add your vote in as well to help us with prioritization!
As far as I know it is not possible to import data in Logic 1.x which have been captured by Logic 2.x, right?
Correct, we don’t have a way of converting Logic 2.x captures (.sal file format) into Logic 1.x captures (.logicdata file format), or vice versa. For this one, we are tracking the feature request below (specifically for translating .logicdata into .sal):