A package for realtime data processing, including reading from serial ports and plotting.
PyRealtime is a package that simplifies building realtime pipeline systems Python. It is designed to be simple enough to start visualizing data in just a few lines and scalable enough to support more complex workflows. It supports realtime plotting (Matplotlib), serial communication (Pyserial), and socket connections out of the box. It uses a declarative data flow syntax, which means you specify how the pipeline should behave and then you run the pipeline.
For example, you can build a real time plot of data coming from a serial port in just three lines.
import pyrealtime as prt serial_layer = prt.SerialReadLayer(device_name='COM2', baud_rate=9600) prt.TimePlotLayer(serial_layer, window_size=100, ylim=(0, 100)) prt.LayerManager.session().run()
- Serial port read/write
- Realtime plotting using Matplotlib
- UDP Socket read/write
- Audio input from microphone
- Realtime 3D visualizations using PyGame
- Data logging to a file
- Realtime playback of recorded sessions
PyRealtime explicitly requires
Matplotlib. For other optional features, other packages are required.
pyserialfor serial communication
pygamefor 3D visualizaton
scipyfor audio input
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