A General Purpose Global Data Analysis Package
PyVuka is a command line based and scriptable data fitting program. This software can be used for global and unlinked fitting of custom data models, data transforms, plotting, reading, and writing files. Custom python-native modules can also be written and will be automatically imported upon deposition in the Modules directory.
This project has been supported by the Institute of Protein Innovation, Boston AutoLytics, Adimab, Microgradient Fluidics, UMass Medical School, and the University of Pennsylvania
pip install PyVuka
Example as PyVuka as a python Library
import PyVuka.ModuleLink.toPyVuka as pyvuka # use PyVuka code base as a library pvk = pyvuka.initialize_instance() # initialize pyvuka buffer = pvk.new_buffer() # create new data buffer buffer.data.x.set([0,1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9]) # populate x and y data vectors buffer.data.y.set([0,0.5,1.75,3.5,4,4.85,6.2,7.1,7.9,9.3]) buffer.plot.axis.x.title.set("random int") # add axes titles buffer.plot.axis.y.title.set("random float") pvk.add_buffer_to_datamatrix(buffer) # add buffer to data matrix pvk.run_pyvuka_command('fun 27 0') # select function 27 (Y=mx+b) ; in app mode type 'fun' to see list of available functions pvk.run_pyvuka_command('ap 1 1 1 1') # alter parameters of function 27. "For buffer 1 through buffer 1, slope guess = 1, y-intercept guess = 1" pvk.run_pyvuka_command('fit 100') # fit all data in matrix with function 27, use maximum of 100 iterations pvk.show_plot(1) # Show plot of buffer 1 on screen and save to drive pvk.save_plot(1, "test.png")
Example of using PyVuka as a command line program
import PyVuka.app as app # Use Pyvuka as a command line app app.start()
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