NAME

Lab::Moose::Instrument::DisplayXY - Display with y vs x traces Role for Lab::Moose::Instrument

VERSION

version 3.671

DESCRIPTION

Basic commands to grab and display XY traces

NAME

Lab::Moose::Instrument::DisplayXY - Role of Generic XY display

METHODS

Driver assuming this role must implements the following high-level method:

get_traceXY

 $data = $sa->traceXY(timeout => 10, trace => 2);

Perform a single sweep and return the resulting spectrum as a 2D PDL:

 [
  [x1, x2, x3, ..., xN],
  [y1, y2, y3, ..., yN],
 ]

I.e. the first dimension runs over the sweep points.

This method accepts a hash with the following options:

timeout

timeout for the sweep operation. If this is not given, use the connection's default timeout.

trace

number of the trace (1..3) and similar.

get_traceX

 $data = $sa->traceX(timeout => 10);

Return X points of a trace in a 1D PDL:

get_traceY

 $data = $inst->get_traceY(timeout => 1, trace => 2, precision => 'single');

Return Y points of a given trace in a 1D PDL:

timeout

timeout for the sweep operation. If this is not given, use the connection's default timeout.

trace

number of the trace 1, 2, 3 and so on. Defaults to 1. It is hardware depended and validated by validate_trace_papam, which need to be implemented by a specific instrument driver.

precision

floating point type. Has to be 'single' or 'double'. Defaults to 'single'.

get_traces_data

 $inst->get_traces_data(timeout => 1, traces => [1, 2, 3], precision => 'single');

Return the traces data as a 2D PDL in order of appearance in traces array.

 [
  [x_1,  x_2,  x_3,  ..., x_N],
  [y1_1, y1_2, y1_3, ..., y1_N],
  [y2_1, y2_2, y2_3, ..., y2_N],
  [y3_1, y3_2, y3_3, ..., y3_N],
  .............................
 ]

display_trace_data

 $inst->display_trace_data(timeout => 1, trace => 2, traceXY => $data,  precision => 'single');

Display a given trace data. traceXY is 2D pdl with trace X and Y values

 [
  [x_1, x_2, x_3, ..., x_N],
  [y_1, y_2, y_3, ..., y_N],
 ]

display_trace

 $inst->display_trace(timeout => 1, trace => 2, precision => 'single');

Displays a single trace data on a computer screen. It adds a new trace to the plot.

The function internally calls display_traces, so it is equivalent to

 $inst->display_traces(timeout => 1, traces => [ 2 ], precision => 'single');

Return the trace data as a 2D PDL in order of appearance in traces array.

 [
  [x_1, x_2, x_3, ..., x_N],
  [y_1, y_2, y_3, ..., y_N]
 ]

display_traces

 $inst->display_traces(timeout => 1, traces => [1, 2, 3], precision => 'single');

Displays required traces data on a computer screen. It adds plots if called several times.

Return the traces data as a 2D PDL in order of appearance in traces array.

 [
  [x_1,  x_2,  x_3,  ..., x_N],
  [y1_1, y1_2, y1_3, ..., y1_N],
  [y2_1, y2_2, y2_3, ..., y2_N],
  [y3_1, y3_2, y3_3, ..., y3_N],
  .............................
 ]

get_StartX and get_StopX

Returns start and stop values of X.

get_Xpoints_number

Returns number of points in the trace.

COPYRIGHT AND LICENSE

This software is copyright (c) 2018 by the Lab::Measurement team; in detail:

  Copyright 2018       Eugeniy E. Mikhailov, Simon Reinhardt

This is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as the Perl 5 programming language system itself.