A comprehensive, user-centric Python API for working with enDAQ data and devices
endaq-python: A comprehensive, user-centric Python API for working with enDAQ data and devices
endaq is available on PYPI via
pip install endaq
For the most recent features that are still under development, you can also use
pip to install endaq directly from GitHub:
pip install git+https://github.com/MideTechnology/endaq-python.git@development
This package consists of several submodules, you can read more about how these are used in their respective readme files:
endaq.calc(readme): A computational backend for vibration analysis.
endaq.cloud(readme): Tools for interacting with enDAQ Cloud services.
endaq.ide(readme): High-level utility functions to aid in importing and inspecting enDAQ IDE recording files.
endaq.plot(readme): A package comprising a collection of plotting utilities for sensor data analysis.
The docs for this package can be found here.
To locally build the Sphinx documentation from a clone of the repo:
cd <repo root dir>
pip install -e .[docs]
sphinx-build -W -b html docs docs/_build
The endaq-python repository is licensed under the MIT license. The full text can be found in the LICENSE file.
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