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Distelzombie

Germany
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Posted - 02/25/2017 :  17:25:54  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Hi there!

I gave up waiting/hoping for any response from ullix and created my own sourceforge site:
https://geigerlog-for-windows.sourceforge.io/

A set of Python scripts developed on Windows 10 (Python 3.6) to interact with GQ Electronic's GMC-300 or 320 Geiger counter.

Why using this scripts? We Windows users have the programs provided by GQ after all. Answer: These programs are not working very well. They have not many Options. I want something that gives me a result immediately and can be changed on the low level: Source code.

The program allows reading of Geiger counter data, printing, logging to file, and creation of graphs. The graph is live auto-updated during logging; both axes can be either fixed or auto-scaled. The graphs can be stretched, shifted, and zoomed for details.

Included is a readme for easy installation of Python and the modules on Windows, as well as the use of the script.

These scripts are modifications of ullix scripts for Linux and Python 2.7 to make them work on Windows and Python 3.6. (I included several features not apparent in ullix scripts.)







GMC-300E+ V4.20 with sbt-11 alpha tube

My statements are to be taken as stuff-a-hobbyist-says.

Edited by - Distelzombie on 02/26/2017 19:41:00
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ZLM

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Posted - 03/01/2017 :  17:06:40  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Great work! Thanks for sharing.
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