Re: [Flightgear-devel] plotting/logging tool

2002-05-16 Thread Curtis L. Olson

Quint,

Here's an interesting option.  Recently, I've been chatting with the
author of the KFlog project (http://www.kflog.org/)

I think it would be really useful and cool if we could get FlightGear
interacting with KFlog.

Regards,

Curt.


Quint Mouthaan writes:
 Hello,
 
 a while ago I asked about a plotting tool of which I had seen on this
 mailing list that it would be integrated into FlightGear. I saw in the
 latest news messages that the logging was updated in version 0.7.10 of FG
 but I can't find anything that looks like a plotting tool.
 If the tool has already been implemented in 0.7.10 can somebody tell me
 how to use it? And if it hasn't can somebody tell me when it will be
 available?
 
 I'm asking this because I'm working on a project at the Delft University
 of
 Technology for which we are using FlightGear. The goal of the project is
 to design a system that can determine what a pilot is doing by analysing
 his actions and the status of the airplane. This is only possible for a
 computer program if we are able to do this ourselves, therefore
 we need to capture and plot some variables of the airplane over a period of
 time.
 We already have some programs to plot keyboard and joystick data, but we
 still need a tool to plot the values of some FlightGear properties.
 
 I hope you can help me.
 
 Quint Mouthaan.
 
 
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Re: [Flightgear-devel] plotting/logging tool

2002-05-16 Thread Alex Perry

My fault partially, sorry.

 a while ago I asked about a plotting tool of which I had seen on this
 mailing list that it would be integrated into FlightGear. I saw in the
 latest news messages that the logging was updated in version 0.7.10 of FG
 but I can't find anything that looks like a plotting tool.
 If the tool has already been implemented in 0.7.10 can somebody tell me
 how to use it? And if it hasn't can somebody tell me when it will be
 available?

Err, how busy are you ?
I have a snapshot of contributed code, hoping to convert to PLIB but haven't
had the time yet.  Instead, I've found myself doing GPL verilog development.
In the short term, I'm using patched XOSCOPE http://candetect.sourceforge.net/
but it has severe limitations on dynamic range and number of channels.

 I'm asking this because I'm working on a project at the Delft University
 of
 Technology for which we are using FlightGear. The goal of the project is
 to design a system that can determine what a pilot is doing by analysing
 his actions and the status of the airplane. This is only possible for a
 computer program if we are able to do this ourselves, therefore
 we need to capture and plot some variables of the airplane over a period of
 time.

Actually storing the data to file is already supported in FGFS, I believe.


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Re: [Flightgear-devel] plotting/logging tool

2002-05-16 Thread Jon S Berndt

On Thu, 16 May 2002 09:53:38 -0700 (PDT)
  Alex Perry [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:

Actually storing the data to file is already supported in 
FGFS, I believe.

FWIW, JSBSim logs its FDM data in a configurable manner. 
See the bottom of the X-15 config file, for isntance, as 
well as FGOutput.c|h.

Jon

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Re: [Flightgear-devel] plotting/logging tool

2002-05-16 Thread Andy Ross

Curtis L. Olson wrote:
 Here's an interesting option.  Recently, I've been chatting with the
 author of the KFlog project (http://www.kflog.org/)

What an unfortunate name.  Am I the only one who read that and thought
Hm... I wouldn't really have though KDE needed a flogging application
on the desktop.

Andy

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Re: [Flightgear-devel] plotting/logging tool

2002-05-16 Thread David Megginson

Alex Perry writes:

  Actually storing the data to file is already supported in FGFS, I believe.

Yes, it is.  See docs-mini/README.logging in the FlightGear source
distribution.


All the best,


David

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