Re: Real time analysis of data.
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- Subject: [mg58195] Re: [mg58027] Real time analysis of data.
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- Date: Wed, 22 Jun 2005 01:55:38 -0400 (EDT)
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I'm not aware of any built-in capability for doing this.
I would suggest capturing the real time data in an external program and
calling Mathematica via MathLink.
There are a large number of MathLink options: C/C++, Java, .NET. I've
also heard of people doing this with Excel. The Excel document gets the
data via VB and then calls the kernel via MathLink for Excel. LabView
also has a MathLink.
The final answer to your Mathematica needs.
On Jun 16, 2005, at 4:37 AM, Dave wrote:
> I have a piece of test equipment running, with a computer interface.
> Data is being collected every 100ms or so, although I might well reduce
> the rate.
> Is it possible to feed the real-time data into Mathematica with a plot
> that continuously updates? (I have Mathematica 5.1 for UNIX running on
> a Sun Ultra 80 under Solaris 9).
> I guess Labview might well be a more appropriate tool for this sort of
> task, but can Mathematica do it?
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