how to download time series data

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how to download time series data

Post by jdea » Fri Dec 15, 2017 1:34 am

Hello, I am a newbie. I am able to get the Red Pitaya display the frequency spectrum of a signal. Then I can save the display to a text file (csv file), which I can later plot using Excel. However, with the oscilloscope function, there is NO button to save the display.
In fact I am more ambitious, eventually I want to continuous acquire data and then continuous save data to disk (until the disk fills up or the disk is updated).

Can someone direct me how to, for starters, save time series data to disk??? Thank you!

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Re: how to download time series data

Post by JB » Tue Jan 30, 2018 12:26 pm


the "normal" way would be to use the acquisition utility [1]. For a continuous reading you could also use our approach [2], but this requires a bit more work.


[1] ... on-utility

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