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  1. Thanks for the update @JColvin; obviously not what we'd like to hear in so far as lack of resources behind the product but the communications is appreciated. TBH, the dlog-utils code is... not great. The majority of the code is in type conversion and formatting (i.e. not germane to the actual processing of the data); I'm not surprised to hear it's problematic in updating it for OpenLogger as hard-coded assumptions on the data header abound (e.g. endianness; I presume the author is banking on that never changing, which may well be the case but it is in the format spec). As a reference impl
  2. The example I posted would work for Linux or Mac with "common" tools installed. As to Windows... can't really help much there. git's not part of Python, it's used for managing code; you can achieve the same end result here by downloading the ZIP from and unzipping to a folder. Virtual environment support is a standard part of Python 3; you can skip that if you like but without virtual environments eventually your Python installation will end up like this: Ah, of course, in Windows `activate` i
  3. @sgrobler: I've tweaked the project to hopefully make it simpler to install the dependencies (Kaitai Struct v0.9). If you have Python 3 installed, it should simply be a matter of: % git clone Cloning into 'dlog-utils-portable'... remote: Enumerating objects: 26, done. remote: Counting objects: 100% (26/26), done. remote: Compressing objects: 100% (19/19), done. remote: Total 26 (delta 8), reused 20 (delta 5), pack-reused 0 Unpacking objects: 100% (26/26), done. % cd dlog-utils-portable dlog-utils-portable% ls LICENSE dlog.ksy dlogc
  4. @Digilent: it would be awesome if you could review the KSY definition, or publish an official one.
  5. Here's an OpenScope and OpenLogger log file utility that can export to CSV (TODO: JSON). It's written in Python, but the important part (the log file parsing) is portable across about a dozen other languages. I've used a combination of the data structure definitions in the Digilent dlog-utils project, some information posted in this forum on the OpenScope data format, and the application of educated guesswork. IMHO this is an improvement over the current version of dlog-utils, which has various log file parameters hard-coded within ev
  6. Oh, absolutely agree / understand that some form of decimation and interpolation is required to display the waveform (though my DSP is getting pretty rusty). The current implementation is clearly inadequate to the point of not being useful: the waveform displayed when zoomed out is a very inaccurate representation of the signal. You should at least be able to get a somewhat accurate view of the signal's envelope. The same goes for the buffer view at the top; at present it's not useful to inform on much beyond the relative position of the display within the buffer - ideally you'd be able to use
  7. What does the host Agent application do? I've discovered it's not needed to run Waveforms Live when connecting to an OpenLogger via wifi; I presume it's only needed when using USB connectivity? (i.e. it doesn't presently serve any useful purpose on macOS/Linux) for the OpenLogger.
  8. G'Day Andrew, Uh, so there's no way to view the recorded data? Oops. (<flashback to the Seinfeld "most important part" scene> :-) Obviously it'd be great to load / replay the recorded data back into WFL, the interface is pretty neat and I'm a fan of the browser-as-an-app-platform. In the meantime, yes, can you please provide the header? (btw, when's all this going up on github?) Ta, Ben
  9. There is some pretty messy aliasing happening in Waveforms Live's buffer view and also the main chart. For example, below is the AWG connected to channel 1, zoomed out. It looks fine on the main chart when zoomed in (though the buffer view remains full of alias artefacts). It would be great if the signal envelope was represented properly in both the buffer view and the chart, regardless of zoom.
  10. So I've successfully logged some data to SD card on the OpenLogger MZ (0.1807.0); I can download the .log file and though I've yet to try it I see the dlog utility can be used to spit out a CSV file. How can you use WFL to view the logged data?
  11. Thanks JColvin; I was able to reduce / eliminate the "fall behind" errors by reducing the sampling rate (should have tried this earlier!); I found that up to 100kS/s seems to work reliably in terms of streaming data; however interacting with the AWG at anything over about 20kS/s causes ""Could not set AWG parameters" errors. Hmm, I just noticed the official specs / FAQ states streaming over wifi at 10kS/s. So I guess this is working as expected. Also I found the firmware version info is reported in the 'Settings' page you referred to; as is the Waveforms Live version. Re. logging: se
  12. Have just started playing with the OpenLogger that just arrived. Did a firmware update and calibration via a Windows 10 VM on a macOS machine, and connected the OpenLogger to wifi, all went fine. Is wifi meant to be working? If so, consider the following as a bug report. If not, then what's the ETA looking like? OL firmware version: whatever the latest is (how can I determine this from a running device? the UI should have some method of viewing the connected device's firmware version (e.g. in device manager?)) env: Chrome Version 73.0.3683.103 (Official Build) (64-bit); m