Posts tagged python

Loading data saved from the LabOne UI in Python

on 05.08.2014 at 17:07 by Daniel on Blog of Daniel Wright
Demodulator R signal with threshold.
The LabOne User Interface can continuously save instrument data such as demodulator samples to hard disk as binary data in MAT (Matlab®) files or as plain text in CSV (comma separated value) files. Using MAT files, demodulator data can be recorded at full […]

LabOne Programming Manual

on 30.06.2014 at 11:24 by Daniel on Blog of Daniel Wright
In addition to the LabOne User Interface Zurich Instruments lock-in amplifiers can be controlled simultaneously via any of the available LabOne APIs: LabVIEW, Matlab, Python or C. Zurich Instruments software release 14.02 includes the LabOne Programming Manual which guides users to an appropriate choice of API […]

Dynamic Plotting of HF2 Lock-in Data with Python

on 03.11.2011 at 18:06 by Lara Juricic on Blog of Jürg Schwizer
The Matplotlib is a library for creating 2D plots of arrays in Python. The purpose of this blog entry is to depict a general approach to enable continuous updating of figure data during the Python script execution. The figure update functionality is useful for plotting measurement data that is recorded with the Zurich Instruments HF2LI Lock-in amplifier.

Controlling the HF2LI Lock-in with Python

on 04.05.2011 at 16:45 by Lara Juricic on Blog of Jürg Schwizer
This blog entry contains a basic example how to communicate with HF2LI Lock-in using the Python programming language. This is achieved with an interface library of Zurich Instruments that transforms the ziAPI into a native Python interface.