I love that I can write simple python script for measurement and protocol analyzers.
I hate that I can’t create “virtual channel and plot on it”. Also hate that I can not combime multple channels in one virtual using arithmetic or logic operators.
Anyway. My idea is to create plot is python and update it “online”. easy… no!!
Logic2 uses its own (not system installed) python3 (currently 3.8) and does not use packages that are installed on system, so matplotlib which I have and use is unavaliable.
I’ve tryed to search for this python internal instalation and install additional library by hand but its wrapped in python38.zip which is in /tmp/.mount-something/ that is mounted read-only.
- Is there a way that I could add external libraries to this instalation? - then second question is not needed
- Maybe you could add plotting library until there is a way to plot included internally?
- Is there any other method that I can try to plot results online?
For example: I have analog values from sensors that are read by SPI analyzer. How to create plot of it without need of: “Export data to txt/csv” -> parse exported file to something usable -> load data to plotting software (gnuplot, LibreOffice Calc whatever…)
Thanks for any advice.